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H.R.2620 Child Soldier Prevention Act of 2007, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 07, 2007 Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

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    • Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History! - Senator John McCain’s ... - December 04, 2008 by Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History! - (H.R. 2620, Vote 334, 11/8/01; Vote 269, 8/2/01). · McCain Voted Against $122.7 Billion for Department of Veterans Affairs. McCain voted against an appropriations bill that included $122.7 billion in fiscal 2004 for the Department of ...

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      As noted by Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History! on December 04, 2008, "(H.R. 2620, Vote 334, 11/8/01; Vote 269, 8/2/01). · McCain Voted Against $122.7 Billion for Department of Veterans Affairs. McCain voted against an appropriations bill that included $122.7 billion in fiscal 2004 for the Department of ..." (http://croughsnestwest.multiply.com/journal/item/449/449)
    • Lieberman Was Offered Veteran’s Affairs, Not A Subcommittee - November 06, 2008 by Firedoglake - HR 2620 Senate Vote 263 R 8-41; D 16-34 8/1/01. Lieberman voted against the Wellstone, D-Minn., motion to waive the Budget Act with respect to the Bond, R-Mo., point of order against the Wellstone amendment to the Mikulski, D-Md., ...

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      As noted by Firedoglake on November 06, 2008, "HR 2620 Senate Vote 263 R 8-41; D 16-34 8/1/01. Lieberman voted against the Wellstone, D-Minn., motion to waive the Budget Act with respect to the Bond, R-Mo., point of order against the Wellstone amendment to the Mikulski, D-Md., ..." (http://firedoglake.com/2008/11/07/lieberman-was-offered-veterans-affairs-not-a-subcommittee/)
    • Mccain Has Not Delivered On His Promises To Veterans[/ - November 01, 2008 by MT Current Topics - (HR 2620, Vote 334, 11/8/01; Vote 269, 8/2/01) 2000: McCain Voted Against $47 Billion for the Department of Veterans Affairs. McCain was one of eight senators to vote against a bill that provided $47 billion for the Department of ...

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      As noted by MT Current Topics on November 01, 2008, "(HR 2620, Vote 334, 11/8/01; Vote 269, 8/2/01) 2000: McCain Voted Against $47 Billion for the Department of Veterans Affairs. McCain was one of eight senators to vote against a bill that provided $47 billion for the Department of ..." (http://www.mailtribuneforum.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=14498)

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