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S.666 - Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control ActIntroduced Mar 16, 2005 (109th congress) 6 Views
A bill to protect the public health by providing the Food and Drug Administration with certain authority to regulate tobacco products.
H.R.1208 - College Student Credit Card Protection ActIntroduced Apr 06, 2005 (109th congress) 1 Views
To amend the Consumer Credit Protection Act to prevent credit card issuers from taking unfair advantage of full-time, traditional-aged, colleg...
S.460 - Strengthening America's Armed Forces and Military Family Bill of Rights ActIntroduced Feb 17, 2005 (109th congress) 2 Views
A bill to expand and enhance benefits for members of the Armed Forces and their families, and for other purposes.
S.455 - ACTION Act of 2005Introduced Feb 16, 2005 (109th congress) 1 Views
A bill to amend the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 to facilitate United States openness to international students, schol...
H.R.784Introduced Apr 03, 2005 (109th congress) 3 Views
To clarify that service marks, collective marks, and certification marks are entitled to the same protections, rights, and privileges of trade...
H.R.685 - Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005Introduced May 12, 2005 (109th congress) 9 Views
To amend title 11 of the United States Code, and for other purposes.
S.256 - Bankruptcy Reform billBill Is Law Apr 19, 2005 (109th congress) 28 Views
A bill to amend title 11 of the United States Code, and for other purposes.
S.3 - Protecting America in the War on Terror Act of 2005Introduced Apr 05, 2005 (109th congress) 1 Views
A bill to strengthen and protect America in the war on terror.
S.116 - Identity Theft billIntroduced Jan 23, 2005 (109th congress) 2 Views
A bill to require the consent of an individual prior to the sale and marketing of such individual's personally identifiable information, and f...
H.R.22 - Postal Accountability and Enhancement ActSenate Passed Feb 09, 2006 (109th congress) 9 Views
To reform the postal laws of the United States.