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H.R.1789 Comprehensive Rail Infrastructure Investment Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 30, 2009 Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

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    • Meet the Tax Man: The Crane Tax Proposal - January 09, 2010 by Meet the Tax Man - H.R. 1789 in the 108th Congress. This proposal would repeal the corporate income tax, the individual income tax, the estate and gift tax, and replace these taxes with a flat rate tax of 10% on individuals' earned income. ...

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      As noted by Meet the Tax Man on January 09, 2010, "H.R. 1789 in the 108th Congress. This proposal would repeal the corporate income tax, the individual income tax, the estate and gift tax, and replace these taxes with a flat rate tax of 10% on individuals' earned income. ..." (http://meetthetaxman.blogspot.com/2010/01/crane-tax-proposal.html)
    • Vita-Volunteers.org Upcoming Events Blog: July 31, 2009 IRS News ... - July 30, 2009 by Vita-Volunteers.org Upcoming Events Blog - ... which would extend the short line railroad rehabilitation tax credit (which expires on December 31, 2009), for an additional 3 years; and H.R. 1789, a bill which would combine both the Class 1 and short line railroad tax credits. ...

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      As noted by Vita-Volunteers.org Upcoming Events Blog on July 30, 2009, "... which would extend the short line railroad rehabilitation tax credit (which expires on December 31, 2009), for an additional 3 years; and H.R. 1789, a bill which would combine both the Class 1 and short line railroad tax credits. ..." (http://vita-volunteers-org.blogspot.com/2009/07/july-31-2009-irs-news-and-information.html)
    • GovTrack: Tracking Introduced Legislation - Tracked Events - March 31, 2009 by The Ruthless Truth blog - Tracking Introduced Legislation. Congress is in session today. Mar 31, 2009 - Bill Action. Introduced: S.Con.Res. 15: A concurrent resolution commending the 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team of the… Sen. Mark Pryor [D-AR] introduced S. ...

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      As noted by The Ruthless Truth blog on March 31, 2009, "Tracking Introduced Legislation. Congress is in session today. Mar 31, 2009 - Bill Action. Introduced: S.Con.Res. 15: A concurrent resolution commending the 39th Infantry Brigade Combat Team of the… Sen. Mark Pryor [D-AR] introduced S. ..." (http://theruthlesstruth.com/wordpress/?p=37)

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