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  • Latest Action: Jun 12, 2009 Referred to the Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on the Judiciary - The Constitution and Civil Justice

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  • 35% of users oppose H.R.634

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    • On March 13, 2009, by westofcolumbus - This bill is not about abortion. Rather, it is about the ability of the individual states to enact and enforce laws relating to minor residents of each state. I think everyone can agree that a state MUST have the ability to enforce laws regarding minors within that state. Consider a related situation. In Tennessee, the age of consent is 18. In neighbouring Kentucky, the age of consent is 16. Should it be legal for an adult in Tennessee to transport a 16-year-old Tennesseean to Kentucky to have sex, circumventing Tennessee law in doing so? If you think there's nothing wrong with that, then you should oppose HR 634. If you think there IS something wrong with that, as I do, then you should support HR 634.

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      As noted by westofcolumbus, a user on OpenCongress.org, on March 13, 2009, "This bill is not about abortion. Rather, it is about the ability of the individual states to enact and enforce laws relating to minor residents of each state. I think everyone can agree that a state MUST have the ability to enforce laws regarding minors within that state. Consider a related situation. In Tennessee, the age of consent is 18. In neighbouring Kentucky, the age of consent is 16. Should it be legal for an adult in Tennessee to transport a 16-year-old Tennesseean to Kentucky to have sex, circumventing Tennessee law in doing so? If you think there's nothing wrong with that, then you should oppose HR 634. If you think there IS something wrong with that, as I do, then you should support HR 634."
    • On July 06, 2009, by daringone - This is a bill that should pass with no problem. I can't see any parent out there wanting anyone to have the ability to have medical work done on their child without their consent. For once, the government is trying to put the power in the hands of the parents instead of being the parents themselves. Support this bill!

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      As noted by daringone, a user on OpenCongress.org, on July 06, 2009, "This is a bill that should pass with no problem. I can't see any parent out there wanting anyone to have the ability to have medical work done on their child without their consent. For once, the government is trying to put the power in the hands of the parents instead of being the parents themselves. Support this bill!"
    • On June 30, 2010, by dihayden29 - Actually voting yes for this bill in my mind meant that it would prohibit any minors to go across state lines to have an abortion w/out parental consent. This way at least the parents can DECIDE and be involved in showing them other alternatives to NOT commit such a criminal act.

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      As noted by dihayden29, a user on OpenCongress.org, on June 30, 2010, "Actually voting yes for this bill in my mind meant that it would prohibit any minors to go across state lines to have an abortion w/out parental consent. This way at least the parents can DECIDE and be involved in showing them other alternatives to NOT commit such a criminal act."

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    • “NEVER LET A GOOD CRISIS GO TO WASTE” « A Conservative ... - August 26, 2011 by conservativeamericanvet - The opinions published on this page are the sole responsibility of the Webmaster and as such are protected under the 1st Amendment of The Bill of Rights of the United States of America guaranteeing the freedom of speech. ...

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      As noted by conservativeamericanvet on August 26, 2011, "The opinions published on this page are the sole responsibility of the Webmaster and as such are protected under the 1st Amendment of The Bill of Rights of the United States of America guaranteeing the freedom of speech. ..." (http://conservativeamericanvet.wordpress.com/2011/08/26/never-let-a-good-crisis-go-to-waste/)
    • House Roll Call #634 Details - OpenCongress - July 25, 2011 by opencongress.org - Back to Main Bill Page. July 25, 2011 Roll call number 634 in the House. Question On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 4 to H R 2584. Ayes: 165 (Democrat: 157; Republican: 8). Nays: 248 (Democrat: 23; Republican: 225). Abstained: ...

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      As noted by opencongress.org on July 25, 2011, "Back to Main Bill Page. July 25, 2011 Roll call number 634 in the House. Question On Agreeing to the Amendment: Amendment 4 to H R 2584. Ayes: 165 (Democrat: 157; Republican: 8). Nays: 248 (Democrat: 23; Republican: 225). Abstained: ..." (http://www.opencongress.org/vote/2011/h/634)
    • the main problem discount tiffany bracelet - November 21, 2010 by tiffanyrings - Most of the more recent, albeit dated, debate focuses on the 105th Congress' versions, HR 634 and S. 295. Highlights of the debate as presented in various issues of the 1997 Daily Labor Report follow and provide an overview of the ...

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      As noted by tiffanyrings on November 21, 2010, "Most of the more recent, albeit dated, debate focuses on the 105th Congress' versions, HR 634 and S. 295. Highlights of the debate as presented in various issues of the 1997 Daily Labor Report follow and provide an overview of the ..." (http://halqa.com/tiffanyrings/the-main-problem-discount-tiffany-bracelet/)

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