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S.450 Meth Mouth Prevention and Community Recovery Act, 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Feb 13, 2009 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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  • 13% of users support S.450

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    • S.450: A bill for the relief of Jacqueline W. Coats ... - OpenCongress - March 01, 2011 by opencongress.org - Official government data, breaking news and blog coverage, public comments and user community for S.450 A bill for the relief of Jacqueline W. Coats. Source: opencongress.org ...

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      As noted by opencongress.org on March 01, 2011, "Official government data, breaking news and blog coverage, public comments and user community for S.450 A bill for the relief of Jacqueline W. Coats. Source: opencongress.org ..." (http://www.opencongress.org/bill/112-s450/show)
    • Leonardo da Vinci « Literaturblog von Nomadenseele - December 05, 2010 by Literaturblog von Nomadenseele - Ausstellungs-Katalog, Liebieg Haus, Frankfurt 1990, S. 450 – 472. poliklet.htm; Der gerettete Apfelbaum. Über Aby Warburg, Akten des internationalen Aby Warburg-Symposions, ed. H. Bredekamp, M. Diers, Ch. Schoell-Glass, Weinheim 1991, ...

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      As noted by Literaturblog von Nomadenseele on December 05, 2010, "Ausstellungs-Katalog, Liebieg Haus, Frankfurt 1990, S. 450 – 472. poliklet.htm; Der gerettete Apfelbaum. Über Aby Warburg, Akten des internationalen Aby Warburg-Symposions, ed. H. Bredekamp, M. Diers, Ch. Schoell-Glass, Weinheim 1991, ..." (http://nomasliteraturblog.wordpress.com/2010/12/06/leonardo-da-vinci/)
    • Right To Life Act of South Carolina: Letter to the Editor: Woodard ... - August 01, 2010 by Right To Life Act of South Carolina - Democrat Senator Sheheen is not a co-sponsor of the SC Personhood Bill (S.450) now (S.450 has 23 Senate co-sponsors). Furthermore, Sheheen was actually a member of the Judiciary Subcommittee which held the SC Personhood bill in 2008 ...

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      As noted by Right To Life Act of South Carolina on August 01, 2010, "Democrat Senator Sheheen is not a co-sponsor of the SC Personhood Bill (S.450) now (S.450 has 23 Senate co-sponsors). Furthermore, Sheheen was actually a member of the Judiciary Subcommittee which held the SC Personhood bill in 2008 ..." (http://righttolifeactofsc.blogspot.com/2010/08/letter-to-editor-woodard-wrong-catholic.html)

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