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S.836 Transportation Access for All Americans Act, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 14, 2011 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • Weekly Rewind: Week of May 22nd - May 25, 2012 by Nathan - The House returned S.836 to the Senate with amendments. This bill enacts an INTERSTATE HEALTHCARE COMPACT and enters South Carolina into the compact along with any other states legally joining the compact by ...

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      As noted by Nathan on May 25, 2012, "The House returned S.836 to the Senate with amendments. This bill enacts an INTERSTATE HEALTHCARE COMPACT and enters South Carolina into the compact along with any other states legally joining the compact by ..." (/url?q=http://nathansnews.com/2012/05/weekly-rewind-week-of-may-22nd/&sa=U&ei=Q0EDUJygLcje2AWEsIikCw&ved=0CD4QmAEwCA&usg=AFQjCNG0Xi8ptyD8gaP8vbljyui1-clf8w)
    • Weekly Rewind: Week of May 22nd - May 25, 2012 by Nathan - The House returned S.836 to the Senate with amendments. This bill enacts an INTERSTATE HEALTHCARE COMPACT and enters South Carolina into the compact along with any other states legally joining the compact by ...

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      As noted by Nathan on May 25, 2012, "The House returned S.836 to the Senate with amendments. This bill enacts an INTERSTATE HEALTHCARE COMPACT and enters South Carolina into the compact along with any other states legally joining the compact by ..." (/url?q=http://nathansnews.com/2012/05/weekly-rewind-week-of-may-22nd/&sa=U&ei=jc8BUKadMKTi2QWE7fCqCw&ved=0CEIQmAEwCQ&usg=AFQjCNEaICMc0qiSBBMiE_adBV8yrm7iRA)
    • Weekly Rewind: Week of May 22nd - May 25, 2012 by Nathan - The House returned S.836 to the Senate with amendments. This bill enacts an INTERSTATE HEALTHCARE COMPACT and enters South Carolina into the compact along with any other states legally joining the compact by ...

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      As noted by Nathan on May 25, 2012, "The House returned S.836 to the Senate with amendments. This bill enacts an INTERSTATE HEALTHCARE COMPACT and enters South Carolina into the compact along with any other states legally joining the compact by ..." (/url?q=http://nathansnews.com/2012/05/weekly-rewind-week-of-may-22nd/&sa=U&ei=5D3_T5PdEcbI2wWeouWHAw&ved=0CDoQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNFyaqXgeKfJ53BNj2-CoNlE1J2kCA)

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    • With little drama at top of ticket, few Kentuckians vote in Tuesday's primary - May 22, 2012 by Evansville Courier-Press - Lyon. Beaven polled 1,038 votes to Heppler's 937 and Lyon's 836, according to unofficial vote tallies provided by Union County Clerk Trey Peak. Beaven herself described the race between the three Democrat contenders as "a hotly contested race."

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      As noted by Evansville Courier-Press on May 22, 2012, "Lyon. Beaven polled 1,038 votes to Heppler's 937 and Lyon's 836, according to unofficial vote tallies provided by Union County Clerk Trey Peak. Beaven herself described the race between the three Democrat contenders as "a hotly contested race."" (http://www.courierpress.com/news/2012/may/22/kentucky-primary-here-and-herrppppppp/)
    • Letter: GOP goes too far - April 25, 2012 by Anderson Independent-Mail - The South Carolina Senate is proposing Bill S. 836 to authorize South Carolina to take over all federal health programs and repeal all federal health-care laws and regulations. Bill S. 836 signs South Carolina up for the Interstate Health Care ...

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      As noted by Anderson Independent-Mail on April 25, 2012, "The South Carolina Senate is proposing Bill S. 836 to authorize South Carolina to take over all federal health programs and repeal all federal health-care laws and regulations. Bill S. 836 signs South Carolina up for the Interstate Health Care ..." (http://www.independentmail.com/news/2012/apr/25/letter-gop-goes-too-far/)
    • Mims unseats incumbent Hinton in county school board race - March 14, 2012 by Tuscaloosa News - With 13 of 14 precincts reporting, Mims received 1,569 votes, or 65 percent, defeating Hinton’s 836 votes, or 35 percent, according to unofficial results. With no Democratic contender, Mims will be unopposed in the November general election.

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      As noted by Tuscaloosa News on March 14, 2012, "With 13 of 14 precincts reporting, Mims received 1,569 votes, or 65 percent, defeating Hinton’s 836 votes, or 35 percent, according to unofficial results. With no Democratic contender, Mims will be unopposed in the November general election." (http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/article/20120314/NEWS/120319865/1007/news?Title=Mims-unseats-incumbent-Hinton-in-county-school-board-race)
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