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S.280 No Child Left Behind Flexibility and Improvements Act, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Feb 03, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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  • 17% of users oppose S.280

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    • Senator Cromer's Newberry Observer Column - February 24, 2012 by ronniecromer - ... being effectively and efficiently utilized. H. 3066 will require every state agency to undergo a thorough legislative review process every four years; a concept I proposed last year as part of my value-based budget bill (S. 280).

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      As noted by ronniecromer on February 24, 2012, "... being effectively and efficiently utilized. H. 3066 will require every state agency to undergo a thorough legislative review process every four years; a concept I proposed last year as part of my value-based budget bill (S. 280)." (/url?q=http://www.ronniecromer.com/2012/02/24/senator-cromers-newberry-observer-column/&sa=U&ei=w7ZKT7XvB7CasgKms_TqCA&ved=0CD4QmAEwCA&usg=AFQjCNE0fa2YIOd7VxguyDZZg3xJ6GDKww)
    • Senator Cromer's Newberry Observer Column - February 24, 2012 by ronniecromer - ... being effectively and efficiently utilized. H. 3066 will require every state agency to undergo a thorough legislative review process every four years; a concept I proposed last year as part of my value-based budget bill (S. 280).

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      As noted by ronniecromer on February 24, 2012, "... being effectively and efficiently utilized. H. 3066 will require every state agency to undergo a thorough legislative review process every four years; a concept I proposed last year as part of my value-based budget bill (S. 280)." (/url?q=http://www.ronniecromer.com/2012/02/24/senator-cromers-newberry-observer-column/&sa=U&ei=DG1JT6OIHbDLsQK9mfHqCA&ved=0CC0QmAEwBA&usg=AFQjCNHyVmbG1EjhZk7iO5JyRc0ntORPRA)
    • Senator Cromer's Newberry Observer Column - February 24, 2012 by ronniecromer - ... being effectively and efficiently utilized. H. 3066 will require every state agency to undergo a thorough legislative review process every four years; a concept I proposed last year as part of my value-based budget bill (S. 280).

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      As noted by ronniecromer on February 24, 2012, "... being effectively and efficiently utilized. H. 3066 will require every state agency to undergo a thorough legislative review process every four years; a concept I proposed last year as part of my value-based budget bill (S. 280)." (/url?q=http://www.ronniecromer.com/2012/02/24/senator-cromers-newberry-observer-column/&sa=U&ei=TCNIT9-vG4aesQLv09yFDg&ved=0CCAQmAEwAQ&usg=AFQjCNHE7gUfs_BW4hCfFzNse3HZiK5sxw)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • YOUR VIEW: What of needs of people who now live near Trinity? - July 30, 2012 by Everything Alabama Blog - In Tuesday's Birmingham News, a letter writer shared her thoughts on Trinity's denied motion to relocate to U.S. 280 and the "lives being lost" because there is no hospital closer to her house. First, I want to say, as a heart patient myself ...

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      As noted by Everything Alabama Blog on July 30, 2012, "In Tuesday's Birmingham News, a letter writer shared her thoughts on Trinity's denied motion to relocate to U.S. 280 and the "lives being lost" because there is no hospital closer to her house. First, I want to say, as a heart patient myself ..." (http://blog.al.com/birmingham-news-commentary/2012/07/your_view_what_of_needs_of_peo.html)
    • Bill on egg-laying hens separates Dems, GOP - July 26, 2012 by Seattle Times - According to the United Egg Producers, most of the nation's 280 million hens are provided 67 square inches of space, with roughly 50 million receiving 48 square inches. After the phase-in, the birds would have a minimum of 124 to 144 square inches of space

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      As noted by Seattle Times on July 26, 2012, "According to the United Egg Producers, most of the nation's 280 million hens are provided 67 square inches of space, with roughly 50 million receiving 48 square inches. After the phase-in, the birds would have a minimum of 124 to 144 square inches of space" (http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/text/2018783066.html)
    • Senate panel debates living spaces for egg-layers - July 26, 2012 by Associated Press - According to the United Egg Producers, the majority of the nation's 280 million hens are now provided 67 square inches of space, with roughly 50 million receiving 48 square inches. After the phase-in, the birds would have a minimum of 124 to 144 ...

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      As noted by Associated Press on July 26, 2012, "According to the United Egg Producers, the majority of the nation's 280 million hens are now provided 67 square inches of space, with roughly 50 million receiving 48 square inches. After the phase-in, the birds would have a minimum of 124 to 144 ..." (http://customwire.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_CONGRESS_HENHOUSES?SITE=NVLAS&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2012-07-26-14-25-03)
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