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  • Latest Action: Nov 28, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

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    • Horse « fisherwrites - July 17, 2012 by benjaminfisherwrites - The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act – in the forms of bills H.R. 503 for the House of Representatives and S. 1915 for the Senate – was first introduced on February 1, 2005. Through many attempts in both branches ...

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      As noted by benjaminfisherwrites on July 17, 2012, "The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act – in the forms of bills H.R. 503 for the House of Representatives and S. 1915 for the Senate – was first introduced on February 1, 2005. Through many attempts in both branches ..." (/url?q=http://fisherwrites.wordpress.com/2012/07/17/horse/&sa=U&ei=iNgSUL6JAsnw0gGgs4GQCQ&ved=0CDEQmAEwBQ&usg=AFQjCNHB2tSJWz5FUUEutqIPxsx08FlAeA)
    • Horse « fisherwrites - July 17, 2012 by benjaminfisherwrites - The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act – in the forms of bills H.R. 503 for the House of Representatives and S. 1915 for the Senate – was first introduced on February 1, 2005. Through many attempts in both branches ...

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      As noted by benjaminfisherwrites on July 17, 2012, "The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act – in the forms of bills H.R. 503 for the House of Representatives and S. 1915 for the Senate – was first introduced on February 1, 2005. Through many attempts in both branches ..." (/url?q=http://fisherwrites.wordpress.com/2012/07/17/horse/&sa=U&ei=138RUOA-prjqAazwgfgM&ved=0CD0QmAEwCA&usg=AFQjCNHkwYgChUSqPJUQM4Xc3LhQHfSRpg)
    • Horse « fisherwrites - July 17, 2012 by benjaminfisherwrites - The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act – in the forms of bills H.R. 503 for the House of Representatives and S. 1915 for the Senate – was first introduced on February 1, 2005. Through many attempts in both branches ...

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      As noted by benjaminfisherwrites on July 17, 2012, "The American Horse Slaughter Prevention Act – in the forms of bills H.R. 503 for the House of Representatives and S. 1915 for the Senate – was first introduced on February 1, 2005. Through many attempts in both branches ..." (/url?q=http://fisherwrites.wordpress.com/2012/07/17/horse/&sa=U&ei=aOEOUO3eHIz-2QXklYGQCQ&ved=0CDgQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNFYSC51cUKBq-IFu-y2D1K0SLOURg)

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    • Bohjalian does it again with 'Sandcastle Girls' - July 31, 2012 by Arlington Heights Daily Herald - This time, it's 1915 and, again, his protagonist is a feisty woman, Elizabeth Endicott, a 21-year-old graduate of Mount Holyoke who shatters stereotypes by traveling to Syria to deliver food and aid to refugees of the genocide. And, again ...

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      As noted by Arlington Heights Daily Herald on July 31, 2012, "This time, it's 1915 and, again, his protagonist is a feisty woman, Elizabeth Endicott, a 21-year-old graduate of Mount Holyoke who shatters stereotypes by traveling to Syria to deliver food and aid to refugees of the genocide. And, again ..." (http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20120731/entlife/707259599/)
    • Art: Populist fantasy with veneer of legitimacy - July 29, 2012 by Philadelphia Daily News - Fairies, mermaids, sorcerers, chivalry, that sort of thing. It occasionally generates a psychological edge - Edmund Blair Leighton's 1915 painting Footsteps, a man stealthily creeping up on an anxious woman, is a good example. If you're looking for an era

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      As noted by Philadelphia Daily News on July 29, 2012, "Fairies, mermaids, sorcerers, chivalry, that sort of thing. It occasionally generates a psychological edge - Edmund Blair Leighton's 1915 painting Footsteps, a man stealthily creeping up on an anxious woman, is a good example. If you're looking for an era " (http://www.philly.com/philly/entertainment/164000376.html)
    • New at the Medina library - July 19, 2012 by Cleveland Plain Dealer - It’s 1915, and World War I is affecting all of Europe. Elizabeth, a young, privileged American woman, volunteers with the Friends of Armenia to deliver food and medical supplies to the victims of genocide. She meets Armen, who has just lost ...

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      As noted by Cleveland Plain Dealer on July 19, 2012, "It’s 1915, and World War I is affecting all of Europe. Elizabeth, a young, privileged American woman, volunteers with the Friends of Armenia to deliver food and medical supplies to the victims of genocide. She meets Armen, who has just lost ..." (http://www.cleveland.com/hinckley-township/index.ssf/2012/07/new_at_the_medina_library.html)
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