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H.R.5070 Smart Electronics Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 20, 2010 Referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

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    • Chip Maker Calls For Greener Gizmos - September 16, 2010 by EarthTechling - One of the organization's first efforts was helping to develop HR 5070, known as the “Smart Electronics Act.” The bill was introduced by Representative Mike Honda, US Congressman of San Jose, in April, and aims to fund research on power ...

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      As noted by EarthTechling on September 16, 2010, "One of the organization's first efforts was helping to develop HR 5070, known as the “Smart Electronics Act.” The bill was introduced by Representative Mike Honda, US Congressman of San Jose, in April, and aims to fund research on power ..." (http://www.earthtechling.com/2010/09/chip-maker-calls-for-greener-gizmos/)
    • PC's Semiconductors Blog: Governor Schwarzenegger joins Marvell in ... - September 08, 2010 by Google Gadget Trends - One of the organization's efforts already helped to develop HR 5070, the “Smart Electronics Act,” which was introduced in April by Representative Mike Honda US Congressman of San Jose. The Bill aims to fund research on power consumption ...

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      As noted by Google Gadget Trends on September 08, 2010, "One of the organization's efforts already helped to develop HR 5070, the “Smart Electronics Act,” which was introduced in April by Representative Mike Honda US Congressman of San Jose. The Bill aims to fund research on power consumption ..." (http://www.googletrendsonline.info/pcs-semiconductors-blog-governor-schwarzenegger-joins-marvell-in-launching-smart-electronics-initiative.html)
    • Governor Schwarzenegger joins Marvell in launching the smart ... - September 08, 2010 by Latest News & Press Releases - Air & Climate - One of the organization's efforts already helped to develop HR 5070, the 'Smart Electronics Act,' which was introduced in April by Representative Mike Honda U.S. Congressman of San Jose. The Bill aims to fund research on power ...

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      As noted by Latest News & Press Releases - Air & Climate on September 08, 2010, "One of the organization's efforts already helped to develop HR 5070, the 'Smart Electronics Act,' which was introduced in April by Representative Mike Honda U.S. Congressman of San Jose. The Bill aims to fund research on power ..." (http://www.environmental-expert.com/resultEachPressRelease.aspx?codi=193812&lr=1)

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