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S.1157 Foodborne Illness Reduction Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 08, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry.

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  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry

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    • US Senator Pat Roberts Hosts Rural Health Summit In Hays - September 24, 2011 by rich - “To that end, in 2009 I was unapproachable to come together with Senators Kent Conrad, Tom Harkin and John Barasso in introducing the Craig Thomas Rural Hospital and Provider Equity (R-HoPE) Act of 2009 S. 1157- to go on to award Sen. ...

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      As noted by rich on September 24, 2011, "“To that end, in 2009 I was unapproachable to come together with Senators Kent Conrad, Tom Harkin and John Barasso in introducing the Craig Thomas Rural Hospital and Provider Equity (R-HoPE) Act of 2009 S. 1157- to go on to award Sen. ..." (http://family-practicioner.com/family-practicioners/us-senator-pat-roberts-hosts-rural-health-summit-in-hays/)
    • NRHA testimony on expiring Medicare provider payment policies - September 22, 2011 by emahn - We encourage the committee to look to that legislation (S. 1157, 111th Congress) as a guide for addressing all these issues in the long-term. NRHA looks forward to continuing working with members of the Subcommittee and ...

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      As noted by emahn on September 22, 2011, "We encourage the committee to look to that legislation (S. 1157, 111th Congress) as a guide for addressing all these issues in the long-term. NRHA looks forward to continuing working with members of the Subcommittee and ..." (http://blog.ruralhealthweb.org/2011/09/nrha-testimony-on-expiring-medicare-provider-payment-policies/)
    • US Senator Pat Roberts Hosts Rural Health Summit In Hays - September 21, 2011 by rich - “To that end, in 2009 I was unapproachable to come together with Senators Kent Conrad, Tom Harkin and John Barasso in introducing the Craig Thomas Rural Hospital and Provider Equity (R-HoPE) Act of 2009 S. 1157- to go on to award ...

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      As noted by rich on September 21, 2011, "“To that end, in 2009 I was unapproachable to come together with Senators Kent Conrad, Tom Harkin and John Barasso in introducing the Craig Thomas Rural Hospital and Provider Equity (R-HoPE) Act of 2009 S. 1157- to go on to award ..." (http://family-practicioners.com/family-practicioners/us-senator-pat-roberts-hosts-rural-health-summit-in-hays/)

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      As noted by Minneapolis Star Tribune on March 27, 2012, "despite the lack of footnotes and citations, a haphazard bibliography and other flaws. A three-page summary of the committee's 1,157-page report on Schmitt's thesis was released Tuesday." (http://www.startribune.com/world/144340405.html)
    • Tony Gonzalez still going strong - January 30, 2012 by ESPN - Gonzalez was on the field for 952 of Atlanta’s 1,157 offensive snaps. That’s 84.5 percent and it was good enough to rank Gonzalez No. 10 among all NFL tight ends. Dallas’ Jason Witten took part in a league-high 99.2 percent of his team’s ...

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      As noted by ESPN on January 30, 2012, "Gonzalez was on the field for 952 of Atlanta’s 1,157 offensive snaps. That’s 84.5 percent and it was good enough to rank Gonzalez No. 10 among all NFL tight ends. Dallas’ Jason Witten took part in a league-high 99.2 percent of his team’s ..." (http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_/id/30940/tony-gonzalez-still-going-strong)
    • Tony Gonzalez still going strong - January 29, 2012 by ESPN - Gonzalez was on the field for 952 of Atlanta’s 1,157 offensive snaps. That’s 84.5 percent and it was good enough to rank Gonzalez No. 10 among all NFL tight ends. Dallas’ Jason Witten took part in a league-high 99.2 percent of his team’s ...

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      As noted by ESPN on January 29, 2012, "Gonzalez was on the field for 952 of Atlanta’s 1,157 offensive snaps. That’s 84.5 percent and it was good enough to rank Gonzalez No. 10 among all NFL tight ends. Dallas’ Jason Witten took part in a league-high 99.2 percent of his team’s ..." (http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post?id=30940)
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