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S.1292 Employment Protection Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 29, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Environment and Public Works.

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    • On July 31, 2011, by lawfour - If I read this correctly it says not to take the health and welfare of the public in consideration but instead the employment levels and economic activity. We not put a toxic dump in our communities I am sure employment levels will sore, what a dumb bill, were you even thinking when you wrote this.

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      As noted by lawfour, a user on OpenCongress.org, on July 31, 2011, "If I read this correctly it says not to take the health and welfare of the public in consideration but instead the employment levels and economic activity. We not put a toxic dump in our communities I am sure employment levels will sore, what a dumb bill, were you even thinking when you wrote this."

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    • The Changes to the United States Prior Art Law Implemented ... - September 30, 2011 by admin - On November 20, 2004, the Congress passed S. 1292. President Bush signed S. 1292 into law as Public Law No: 108-453 (PL 108-453). This is a law reducing the scope of prior art in the United States. The goal of the law is ...

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      As noted by admin on September 30, 2011, "On November 20, 2004, the Congress passed S. 1292. President Bush signed S. 1292 into law as Public Law No: 108-453 (PL 108-453). This is a law reducing the scope of prior art in the United States. The goal of the law is ..." (http://discovery.wordwd.com/2011/09/30/the-changes-to-the-united-states-prior-art-law-implemented/)
    • Cost-Benefit and Other Analysis Requirements in the Rulemaking ... - September 22, 2011 by clotworthy - ... H.R. 1281, S. 1219, and H.R. 2204); apply the executive order's principles to independent regulatory agencies (S. 358); require cost-benefit analysis for certain agencies' rules (H.R. 1840, H.R. 2175, H.R. 2308, and S. 1292) ...

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      As noted by clotworthy on September 22, 2011, "... H.R. 1281, S. 1219, and H.R. 2204); apply the executive order's principles to independent regulatory agencies (S. 358); require cost-benefit analysis for certain agencies' rules (H.R. 1840, H.R. 2175, H.R. 2308, and S. 1292) ..." (http://rfflibrary.wordpress.com/2011/09/21/cost-benefit-and-other-analysis-requirements-in-the-rulemaking-process/)
    • CRS — Cost-Benefit and Other Analysis Requirements in the ... - September 20, 2011 by fulltextreports - ... H.R. 1281, S. 1219, and H.R. 2204); apply the executive order's principles to independent regulatory agencies (S. 358); require cost-benefit analysis for certain agencies' rules (H.R. 1840, H.R. 2175, H.R. 2308, and S. 1292) ...

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      As noted by fulltextreports on September 20, 2011, "... H.R. 1281, S. 1219, and H.R. 2204); apply the executive order's principles to independent regulatory agencies (S. 358); require cost-benefit analysis for certain agencies' rules (H.R. 1840, H.R. 2175, H.R. 2308, and S. 1292) ..." (http://fulltextreports.com/2011/09/20/crs-cost-benefit-and-other-analysis-requirements-in-the-rulemaking-process/)

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    • Ga. highway fatalities continue downward trend - December 21, 2011 by Athens Banner-Herald - They say the figure represents a decline of 3.7 percent, or 48 deaths, from 2009’s 1,292 total and continues an improving trend that began in 2006. Traffic fatalities on Georgia roads in 2010 were down 500 from the record 1,744 deaths that ...

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      As noted by Athens Banner-Herald on December 21, 2011, "They say the figure represents a decline of 3.7 percent, or 48 deaths, from 2009’s 1,292 total and continues an improving trend that began in 2006. Traffic fatalities on Georgia roads in 2010 were down 500 from the record 1,744 deaths that ..." (http://onlineathens.com/local-news/2011-12-21/ga-highway-fatalities-continue-downward-trend)
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