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H.Con.Res.255 Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and honoring the founder of Earth Day, the late Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 26, 2010 Message on Senate action sent to the House.

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    • H. Con. Res. 255 [110th]: Expressing the sense of Congress ... - September 16, 2010 by Active Legislation -- Tracked by GovTrack.us - 25 Sep 2008

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      As noted by Active Legislation -- Tracked by GovTrack.us on September 16, 2010, "25 Sep 2008 " (http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=hc110-255)
    • Daily Kos: Open Thread: Coburn Nearly Nixed Earth Day Resolution - April 26, 2010 by Daily Kos - The resolution (H.Con.Res.255), as adopted, can be seen here. The scuffle broke out over two lines in the House-passed resolution: Whereas Gaylord Nelson sponsored legislation to ban phosphates in household detergents and to ban the use ...

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      As noted by Daily Kos on April 26, 2010, "The resolution (H.Con.Res.255), as adopted, can be seen here. The scuffle broke out over two lines in the House-passed resolution: Whereas Gaylord Nelson sponsored legislation to ban phosphates in household detergents and to ban the use ..." (http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/4/28/861424/-Open-Thread:-Coburn-Nearly-Nixed-Earth-Day-Resolution)
    • Open Thread: Coburn Nearly Nixed Earth Day Resolution | Bloggers ... - April 26, 2010 by Bloggers For Change - The resolution (H.Con.Res.255), as adopted, can be seen here. The scuffle broke out over two lines in the House-passed resolution: Whereas Gaylord Nelson sponsored legislation to ban phosphates in household detergents and to ban the use ...

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      As noted by Bloggers For Change on April 26, 2010, "The resolution (H.Con.Res.255), as adopted, can be seen here. The scuffle broke out over two lines in the House-passed resolution: Whereas Gaylord Nelson sponsored legislation to ban phosphates in household detergents and to ban the use ..." (http://www.bloggersforchange.com/?p=25342)

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