Issue: Medical care
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- Past Seven Days: 22
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H.R.201 - Keep the Promise of Medicare Act of 2005Introduced Feb 03, 2005 (109th congress) 1 Views
To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to stabilize the amount of the Medicare part B premium.
H.Con.Res.13Introduced Jan 26, 2005 (109th congress) 0 Views
Expressing the sense of the Congress that Harriet Tubman should have been paid a pension for her service as a nurse and scout in the United St...
H.R.79 - Military Retiree Health Care Task Force Act of 2005Introduced Jan 26, 2005 (109th congress) 1 Views
To establish the Medicare Eligible Military Retiree Health Care Consensus Task Force.
H.R.15 - National Health Insurance ActIntroduced Jan 24, 2005 (109th congress) 9 Views
To provide a program of national health insurance, and for other purposes.
H.R.88Introduced Jan 04, 2005 (109th congress) 0 Views
To direct the Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency to designate New Jersey Task Force 1 as part of the National Urban Search an...
H.R.170 - Filipino Veterans Fairness ActIntroduced Jan 03, 2005 (109th congress) 3 Views
To amend title 38, United States Code, to improve benefits for Filipino veterans of World War II, and for other purposes.
H.R.116 - Social Security and Medicare Lock-box Act of 2005Introduced Jan 03, 2005 (109th congress) 1 Views
To amend the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 to preserve all budget surpluses until legislation is enacted significantly extending the solven...
H.R.118 - Keeping Small Businesses Healthy Act of 2005Introduced Jan 03, 2005 (109th congress) 1 Views
To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide a refundable tax credit to small businesses for the costs of qualified health insurance.
H.R.155 - Mother-to-Child Transmission Plus Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2005Introduced Jan 03, 2005 (109th congress) 2 Views
To provide additional appropriations for the fiscal year 2005 for the MTCT-Plus Initiative at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public H...
H.R.55Introduced Jan 03, 2005 (109th congress) 1 Views
To make the Federal employees health benefits program available to individuals age 55 to 65 who would not otherwise have health insurance.