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H.R.3991 Emergency Influenza Containment Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Dec 08, 2009 Referred to the Subcommittee on Workforce Protections.

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    • GET OUT THE VOTE « Greater Reading Chamber - October 07, 2010 by Greater Reading Chamber - 3 introduced legislation (H.R. 3991) that would guarantee five paid sick days for workers sent home or told to stay home by their employer in relation to a “contagious” illness, such as the H1N1 virus. Miller (D-Calif. ...

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      As noted by Greater Reading Chamber on October 07, 2010, "3 introduced legislation (H.R. 3991) that would guarantee five paid sick days for workers sent home or told to stay home by their employer in relation to a “contagious” illness, such as the H1N1 virus. Miller (D-Calif. ..." (http://blog.greaterreadingchamber.org/?p=148)
    • Joe Sestak Calls on Congressman Toomey to Support DISCLOSE ACT ... - September 24, 2010 by Erie County Democratic Party - [HR 3991, House Vote 85, 4/10/02]. Third-party attack ads are a crutch for candidates who can't rely on their own merit and need corporations to spend unlimited amounts of money to dilute the voice of the people. ...

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      As noted by Erie County Democratic Party on September 24, 2010, "[HR 3991, House Vote 85, 4/10/02]. Third-party attack ads are a crutch for candidates who can't rely on their own merit and need corporations to spend unlimited amounts of money to dilute the voice of the people. ..." (http://www.eriedems.com/?q=node/859)
    • US Trade Policy and Our Cities « Greater Reading Chamber - August 08, 2010 by Greater Reading Chamber - 3 introduced legislation (H.R. 3991) that would guarantee five paid sick days for workers sent home or told to stay home by their employer in relation to a “contagious” illness, such as the H1N1 virus. Miller (D-Calif. ...

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      As noted by Greater Reading Chamber on August 08, 2010, "3 introduced legislation (H.R. 3991) that would guarantee five paid sick days for workers sent home or told to stay home by their employer in relation to a “contagious” illness, such as the H1N1 virus. Miller (D-Calif. ..." (http://blog.greaterreadingchamber.org/?p=131)

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