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S.1431 Voter Confidence and Increased Accessibility Act of 2009, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jul 09, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Rules and Administration.

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    • Reuters: Upset U.S. dad pulls gun on son's football coach ... - March 14, 2010 by Democratic Underground Latest Breaking News - Kerry got sucked into cosponsoring a much more sweeping version, S.1431, in 2004. I believe Sen. Kerry knew exactly what he was doing. He was mislead into thinking that his views were shared by a majority of the people. ...

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      As noted by Democratic Underground Latest Breaking News on March 14, 2010, "Kerry got sucked into cosponsoring a much more sweeping version, S.1431, in 2004. I believe Sen. Kerry knew exactly what he was doing. He was mislead into thinking that his views were shared by a majority of the people. ..." (http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=102x2576457)
    • paul schreiber » Blog Archive » Good help is hard to find (or ... - January 25, 2010 by paul schreiber - Senator Bill Nelson (D-NB) introduced the companion Senate bill, S. 1431, on July 9th, which was referred to the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. NB is New Brunswick, Canada. Last time I checked, Canada was a sovereign ...

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      As noted by paul schreiber on January 25, 2010, "Senator Bill Nelson (D-NB) introduced the companion Senate bill, S. 1431, on July 9th, which was referred to the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. NB is New Brunswick, Canada. Last time I checked, Canada was a sovereign ..." (http://paulschreiber.com/blog/2010/01/26/good-help-is-hard-to-find-or-nancy-pelosi-annexes-canada/)
    • Harrolds.blogspot.com: gunbanobama - From Illinois: An open letter ... - November 23, 2009 by Harrolds.blogspot.com - Senators Chuck Schumer and John Kerry had both cosponsored S. 1431 in 2003, a bill that would have banned any semi-auto shotgun that also contained a pistol grip, which the bill defined as "a grip, a thumbhole stock, ...

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      As noted by Harrolds.blogspot.com on November 23, 2009, "Senators Chuck Schumer and John Kerry had both cosponsored S. 1431 in 2003, a bill that would have banned any semi-auto shotgun that also contained a pistol grip, which the bill defined as "a grip, a thumbhole stock, ..." (http://harrolds.blogspot.com/2009/11/gunbanobama-from-illinois-open-letter.html)

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