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  • Latest Action: Apr 26, 2012 Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 383.

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    • AIBS Public Policy Reports - June 18, 2012 by AIBS - A bill pending in the Senate would provide a modest increase of $35 million to the Office of Science. BER would receive $16 million in new funding if S. 2465 were enacted. The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the ...

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      As noted by AIBS on June 18, 2012, "A bill pending in the Senate would provide a modest increase of $35 million to the Office of Science. BER would receive $16 million in new funding if S. 2465 were enacted. The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the ..." (/url?q=http://www.aibs.org/public-policy-reports/2012_06_18.html&sa=U&ei=Y6oSUOPRNcjp0QGN44GgCQ&ved=0CCkQmAEwAw&usg=AFQjCNHzyEq2LfKVHfO4Eqqjr9ka5TBWKg)
    • AIBS Public Policy Reports - June 18, 2012 by AIBS - A bill pending in the Senate would provide a modest increase of $35 million to the Office of Science. BER would receive $16 million in new funding if S. 2465 were enacted. The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the ...

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      As noted by AIBS on June 18, 2012, "A bill pending in the Senate would provide a modest increase of $35 million to the Office of Science. BER would receive $16 million in new funding if S. 2465 were enacted. The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the ..." (/url?q=http://www.aibs.org/public-policy-reports/2012_06_18.html&sa=U&ei=nkgRUM7CBoWt0AG564DABg&ved=0CCUQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNGnuYnBmaTf_0QLSWM0m43fwCQwYg)

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