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H.R.4946 10th Amendment Regulatory Reform Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 26, 2010 Referred to the Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties.

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    • Limiting Regulatory Overreach - December 30, 2010 by Conservative Voices - Roger Wicker (R-Mississippi) told The Hill that he will be introducing the 10th Amendment Regulatory Reform Act , which mirrors a bill (HR 4946) previously introduced by Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) in the House. ...

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      As noted by Conservative Voices on December 30, 2010, "Roger Wicker (R-Mississippi) told The Hill that he will be introducing the 10th Amendment Regulatory Reform Act , which mirrors a bill (HR 4946) previously introduced by Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) in the House. ..." (http://conservativevoicesus.blogspot.com/2010/12/limiting-regulatory-overreach.html)
    • Limiting Regulatory Overreach - December 29, 2010 by ARRA News Service - Roger Wicker (R-Mississippi) told The Hill that he will be introducing the 10th Amendment Regulatory Reform Act , which mirrors a bill (HR 4946) previously introduced by Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) in the House. ...

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      As noted by ARRA News Service on December 29, 2010, "Roger Wicker (R-Mississippi) told The Hill that he will be introducing the 10th Amendment Regulatory Reform Act , which mirrors a bill (HR 4946) previously introduced by Rep. Tom Cole (R-OK) in the House. ..." (http://arkansasgopwing.blogspot.com/2010/12/limiting-regulatory-overreach.html)
    • Is DC "Seeing The Light" On States Rights? - December 10, 2010 by my thoughts on freedom - Roger Wicker R-MS is about to propose the 10th Amendment Regulatory Reform Act in the vein of HR 4946, which was proposed by Rep. Tom Cole R-OK back in March. This, however, is just a smokescreen because both pieces of legislation only ...

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      As noted by my thoughts on freedom on December 10, 2010, "Roger Wicker R-MS is about to propose the 10th Amendment Regulatory Reform Act in the vein of HR 4946, which was proposed by Rep. Tom Cole R-OK back in March. This, however, is just a smokescreen because both pieces of legislation only ..." (http://my-thoughts-on-freedom.blogspot.com/2010/12/is-dc-seeing-light-on-states-rights.html)

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