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H.R.1332 Social Security Fairness Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 07, 2011 Referred to the Subcommittee on Social Security.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Ways and Means - Social Security

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    • The Gormley Files: Do Democrats Hate Supplements? - May 29, 2012 by jamesgormley01@gmail.com - Of the two much-despised House bills from 2009 (Rosa DeLauro's HR 875 and Jim Costa's HR 1332), the former was a 100% Democrat-sponsored bill (with 41 co-sponsors) and the latter was largely (approximately 66%) ...

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      As noted by jamesgormley01@gmail.com on May 29, 2012, "Of the two much-despised House bills from 2009 (Rosa DeLauro's HR 875 and Jim Costa's HR 1332), the former was a 100% Democrat-sponsored bill (with 41 co-sponsors) and the latter was largely (approximately 66%) ..." (/url?q=http://thegormleyfiles.blogspot.com/2012/05/do-democrats-hate-supplements.html&sa=U&ei=tAbNT5nmNYGcgwfMmujsDw&ved=0CDgQmAEwAw&usg=AFQjCNE97rT4XPDuYTjwKUjc9_AQTkgrcw)
    • The Gormley Files: Do Democrats Hate Supplements? - May 29, 2012 by jamesgormley01@gmail.com - Of the two much-despised House bills from 2009 (Rosa DeLauro's HR 875 and Jim Costa's HR 1332), the former was a 100% Democrat-sponsored bill (with 41 co-sponsors) and the latter was largely (approximately 66%) ...

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      As noted by jamesgormley01@gmail.com on May 29, 2012, "Of the two much-despised House bills from 2009 (Rosa DeLauro's HR 875 and Jim Costa's HR 1332), the former was a 100% Democrat-sponsored bill (with 41 co-sponsors) and the latter was largely (approximately 66%) ..." (/url?q=http://thegormleyfiles.blogspot.com/2012/05/do-democrats-hate-supplements.html&sa=U&ei=6p_LT4HzI6W_2QX2yczZCw&ved=0CDMQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNFQHMq0ltabsJBlRQsLs5GNsocpHw)
    • The Gormley Files: Do Democrats Hate Supplements? - May 29, 2012 by jamesgormley01@gmail.com - Of the two much-despised House bills from 2009 (Rosa DeLauro's HR 875 and Jim Costa's HR 1332), the former was a 100% Democrat-sponsored bill (with 41 co-sponsors) and the latter was largely (approximately 66%) ...

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      As noted by jamesgormley01@gmail.com on May 29, 2012, "Of the two much-despised House bills from 2009 (Rosa DeLauro's HR 875 and Jim Costa's HR 1332), the former was a 100% Democrat-sponsored bill (with 41 co-sponsors) and the latter was largely (approximately 66%) ..." (/url?q=http://thegormleyfiles.blogspot.com/2012/05/do-democrats-hate-supplements.html&sa=U&ei=uE_KT7bLDeW42wXtnIXaCw&ved=0CDMQmAEwAg&usg=AFQjCNHjZO6rW7DHNezbA-cGKvCfxPrIOg)

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    • Lovington schoolteacher gets hit with ‘widow’s tax’ - February 06, 2012 by Herald & Review - Buck McKeon, R-Calif., of HR 1332, the Social Security Fairness Act of 2011. “I understand your concern with these unfair provisions and agree that addressing the long-needed repeal of the GPO and WEP is of the utmost importance,” Johnson wrote to Smit

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      As noted by Herald & Review on February 06, 2012, "Buck McKeon, R-Calif., of HR 1332, the Social Security Fairness Act of 2011. “I understand your concern with these unfair provisions and agree that addressing the long-needed repeal of the GPO and WEP is of the utmost importance,” Johnson wrote to Smit" (http://www.herald-review.com/news/local/lovington-schoolteacher-gets-hit-with-widow-s-tax/article_6374405a-50b9-11e1-8932-0019bb2963f4.html)
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