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S.1573 Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act, 2012, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Sep 15, 2011 Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 171.

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  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Appropriations

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  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Appropriations - Financial Services and General Government

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  • 50% of users support S.1573

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    50% of users on OpenCongress.org, a free, non-partisan resource, support S.1573.
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    • On November 22, 2011, by reavestu - Are you sure you intended 'fiscal year ending Sep 30 2010?' I am skeptical enough to believe this is a trick:)

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      As noted by reavestu, a user on OpenCongress.org, on November 22, 2011, "Are you sure you intended 'fiscal year ending Sep 30 2010?' I am skeptical enough to believe this is a trick:)"

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    • Central & South America & the Carribean: Cuba: Issues for the 112th ... - March 05, 2012 by Alerts - Both H.R. 2434 and the Senate version of the bill, S. 1573, would have continued to clarify the definition of “payment of cash in advance” for U.S. agricultural exports to Cuba during FY2012, but the provision was not included ...

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      As noted by Alerts on March 05, 2012, "Both H.R. 2434 and the Senate version of the bill, S. 1573, would have continued to clarify the definition of “payment of cash in advance” for U.S. agricultural exports to Cuba during FY2012, but the provision was not included ..." (/url?q=http://latin-americas.blogspot.com/2012/03/cuba-issues-for-112th-congress.html&sa=U&ei=6DxWT9u9KqapsQKl58nSCQ&ved=0CC0QmAEwAQ&usg=AFQjCNG5S8-xC4hJ3_3R3ynx3TFNqRzy2g)
    • Financial Services and General Government: FY2012 Appropriations - February 27, 2012 by losmasvendidos.net - On September 15, 2011, the Senate Appropriations Committee reported its FY2012 financial services bill, S. 1573. The committee's bill would provide $44.64 billion for FSGG agencies, including $240 million for the CFTC, for FY2012, which ...

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      As noted by losmasvendidos.net on February 27, 2012, "On September 15, 2011, the Senate Appropriations Committee reported its FY2012 financial services bill, S. 1573. The committee's bill would provide $44.64 billion for FSGG agencies, including $240 million for the CFTC, for FY2012, which ..." (/url?q=http://www.losmasvendidos.net/producto/financial-services-and-general-government-fy2012-appropriations.html&sa=U&ei=g55LT57gFuaGsALGj-nqCA&ved=0CCEQmAEwAQ&usg=AFQjCNEUBLyTUxoPpEOea7I4jZmIlRKDEw)
    • National Coalition for History » Blog Archive » FY '12 Federal ... - December 03, 2011 by lwhite - The Senate Appropriations Committee has marked up the Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Financial Services and General Government (FS&GG) funding bill (S. 1573) that includes $5 million for the National Historical Publications and ...

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      As noted by lwhite on December 03, 2011, "The Senate Appropriations Committee has marked up the Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Financial Services and General Government (FS&GG) funding bill (S. 1573) that includes $5 million for the National Historical Publications and ..." (http://historycoalition.org/2011/12/02/fy-12-federal-funding-decisions-at-final-stage-action-needed-now/)

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    • Beacon Hill Roll Call: Legislators approve bill on denying parole - July 27, 2012 by Abington Mariner - The measure would also require deposits on bottles of water, ice tea, juice and sports drinks. FLYING FLAG AT HALF MAST (S 1573) — The Senate approved and sent to the House legislation requiring the state flag to be flown at half mast following the death

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      As noted by Abington Mariner on July 27, 2012, "The measure would also require deposits on bottles of water, ice tea, juice and sports drinks. FLYING FLAG AT HALF MAST (S 1573) — The Senate approved and sent to the House legislation requiring the state flag to be flown at half mast following the death" (http://www.wickedlocal.com/allston/news/x1312190371/Beacon-Hill-Roll-Call-Legislators-approve-bill-on-denying-parole)
    • Beacon Hill Roll Call: Legislators approve bill on denying parole - July 27, 2012 by Abington Mariner - The measure would also require deposits on bottles of water, ice tea, juice and sports drinks. FLYING FLAG AT HALF MAST (S 1573) — The Senate approved and sent to the House legislation requiring the state flag to be flown at half mast following the death

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      As noted by Abington Mariner on July 27, 2012, "The measure would also require deposits on bottles of water, ice tea, juice and sports drinks. FLYING FLAG AT HALF MAST (S 1573) — The Senate approved and sent to the House legislation requiring the state flag to be flown at half mast following the death" (http://www.wickedlocal.com/allston/features/x1312190371/Beacon-Hill-Roll-Call-Legislators-approve-bill-on-denying-parole)
    • Beacon Hill Roll Call: Habitual offenders, fire services and more - July 24, 2012 by Abington Mariner - The measure would also require deposits on bottles of water, ice tea, juice and sports drinks. FLYING FLAG AT HALF MAST (S 1573) The Senate approved and sent to the House legislation requiring the state flag to be flown at half mast following the death of

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      As noted by Abington Mariner on July 24, 2012, "The measure would also require deposits on bottles of water, ice tea, juice and sports drinks. FLYING FLAG AT HALF MAST (S 1573) The Senate approved and sent to the House legislation requiring the state flag to be flown at half mast following the death of " (http://www.wickedlocal.com/melrose/news/x915676626/Beacon-Hill-Roll-Call-Habitual-offenders-fire-services-and-more)
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