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H.R.1836 Payroll Tax Holiday Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 01, 2009 Referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means.

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    • Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings: Extension of the Bush tax cuts ... - December 08, 2010 by Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings - ... on Taxation: Summary Of Provisions Contained In The Conference Agreement For H.R. 1836, The Economic Growth And Tax Relief Reconciliation Act Of 2001 [http://www.jct.gov/publications.html?func=download&id=2003&chk=2003&no_html=1] ...

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      As noted by Tax, Fishing, and Other Ramblings on December 08, 2010, "... on Taxation: Summary Of Provisions Contained In The Conference Agreement For H.R. 1836, The Economic Growth And Tax Relief Reconciliation Act Of 2001 [http://www.jct.gov/publications.html?func=download&id=2003&chk=2003&no_html=1] ..." (http://tax-fishing-and-other.blogspot.com/2010/12/extension-of-bush-tax-cuts-it-aint-over.html)
    • 13 Senate Democrats Have Either Voted or Said They Would Vote for ... - December 01, 2010 by Virginia Right! - (HR 1836, Roll Call Vote #165, Bill Passed 62-38; R 50-0; D 12-38, 5/23/01). SENS. EVAN BAYH (D-IN) & BEN NELSON (D-NE) Voted For “The Jobs And Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act Of 2003” In The Senate. (HR2, Roll Call Vote #179, ...

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      As noted by Virginia Right! on December 01, 2010, "(HR 1836, Roll Call Vote #165, Bill Passed 62-38; R 50-0; D 12-38, 5/23/01). SENS. EVAN BAYH (D-IN) & BEN NELSON (D-NE) Voted For “The Jobs And Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act Of 2003” In The Senate. (HR2, Roll Call Vote #179, ..." (http://www.varight.com/news/13-senate-democrats-have-either-voted-or-said-they-would-vote-for-all-the-current-tax-rates/)
    • Bipartisan Majority For Preventing Tax Hikes? Let's Hope! - December 01, 2010 by ARRA News Service - (HR 1836, Roll Call Vote #165, Bill Passed 62-38; R 50-0; D 12-38, 5/23/01) Sens. Evan Bayh (D-IN) & Ben Nelson (D-NE) Voted For “The Jobs And Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act Of 2003” In The Senate. (HR2, Roll Call Vote #179, ...

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      As noted by ARRA News Service on December 01, 2010, "(HR 1836, Roll Call Vote #165, Bill Passed 62-38; R 50-0; D 12-38, 5/23/01) Sens. Evan Bayh (D-IN) & Ben Nelson (D-NE) Voted For “The Jobs And Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act Of 2003” In The Senate. (HR2, Roll Call Vote #179, ..." (http://arkansasgopwing.blogspot.com/2010/12/bipartisan-majority-for-preventing-tax.html)

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