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H.R.1894 Medicare Fracture Prevention and Osteoporosis Testing Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 21, 2009 Referred to the Subcommittee on Health.

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  • 67% of users support H.R.1894

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    • Jeff Sexton Recognized By Georgia House of Representatives - August 23, 2010 by Vote Jeff Sexton - Specifically, HR 1894, introduced by State Rep Steve Davis, R-McDonough, states (emphases mine): A RESOLUTION. Commending Georgia's political bloggers for their unique role in promoting openness and transparency in state government and ...

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      As noted by Vote Jeff Sexton on August 23, 2010, "Specifically, HR 1894, introduced by State Rep Steve Davis, R-McDonough, states (emphases mine): A RESOLUTION. Commending Georgia's political bloggers for their unique role in promoting openness and transparency in state government and ..." (http://jefferysexton.com/blog/2010/08/24/jeff-sexton-recognized-by-georgia-house-of-representatives/)
    • House Resolution 1894: The Blogger Day Resolution - March 31, 2010 by Georgia Politics Unfiltered - HR 1894 --sponsored by Representatives Steve Davis, Sean Jerguson, Ralph Long, Melvin Everson, Mike Glanton and Jeff May-- designates April 1st as Blogger Day At The Capitol. It also recognizes the unique role Georgia's political ...

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      As noted by Georgia Politics Unfiltered on March 31, 2010, "HR 1894 --sponsored by Representatives Steve Davis, Sean Jerguson, Ralph Long, Melvin Everson, Mike Glanton and Jeff May-- designates April 1st as Blogger Day At The Capitol. It also recognizes the unique role Georgia's political ..." (http://georgiaunfiltered.blogspot.com/2010/04/house-resolution-1894-blogger-day.html)
    • Georgia Legislative Watch » H.R.1864: The Blogger Day Resolution - March 31, 2010 by Georgia Legislative Watch - HR 1894 –sponsored by Representatives Steve Davis, Sean Jerguson, Ralph Long, Melvin Everson, Mike Glanton and Jeff May– designates April 1st as Blogger Day At The Capitol. It also recognizes the unique role Georgia's political bloggers ...

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      As noted by Georgia Legislative Watch on March 31, 2010, "HR 1894 –sponsored by Representatives Steve Davis, Sean Jerguson, Ralph Long, Melvin Everson, Mike Glanton and Jeff May– designates April 1st as Blogger Day At The Capitol. It also recognizes the unique role Georgia's political bloggers ..." (http://www.georgialegislativewatch.com/2010/04/01/h-r-1864-the-blogger-day-resolution/)

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    • Medical Groups Seek Boost in Pay for DEXA - April 08, 2009 by MedPage Today - The Medicare Fracture Prevention and Osteoporosis Testing Act of 2009 has been introduced in the House (HR 1894) and Senate (S. 769) by multiple sponsors. ...

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      As noted by MedPage Today on April 08, 2009, "The Medicare Fracture Prevention and Osteoporosis Testing Act of 2009 has been introduced in the House (HR 1894) and Senate (S. 769) by multiple sponsors. ..." (http://www.medpagetoday.com/PublicHealthPolicy/Medicare/13675)
    • Access to Osteoporosis Testing for Americans in Jeopardy - April 02, 2009 by PR Newswire (press release) - ... for millions of Americans, Congress introduced the "Medicare Fracture Prevention and Osteoporosis Testing Act of 2009," (S. 769 and HR 1894). ...

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      As noted by PR Newswire (press release) on April 02, 2009, "... for millions of Americans, Congress introduced the "Medicare Fracture Prevention and Osteoporosis Testing Act of 2009," (S. 769 and HR 1894). ..." (http://sev.prnewswire.com/health-care-hospitals/20090403/DC9428203042009-1.html)
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