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The following amendments were filed in the Senate on H.R.2, the Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007. For more details on H.R.2, see the main article:

Main article: Minimum wage legislation

Amendment SA100: Would increase the minimum wage to $7.25, and also provide approximately $8.3 billion worth of tax breaks (over ten years) to small businesses. [1]

After over 100 amendments (listed below) were filed to this amendment, cloture was finally invoked, clearing it for a vote on the floor.


Amendment SA101: Would establish “enhance rescission authority under fast-track procedures” (a line-item veto) for the president. [2]


Amendment SA102: Would instruct the Secretary of Health and Human Services to “establish a program to award grants to States, on a competitive basis, to assist States in providing funds to encourage the establishment and operation of employer-operated child care programs.” [3]

This amendment was approved by unanimous consent.

Amendment SA103: Would require that “For each rule or group of related rules for which an agency is required to prepare a final regulatory flexibility analysis under section 605(b) of title 5, United States Code, the agency shall publish 1 or more guides to assist small entities in complying with the rule and shall entitle such publications 'Small Entity Compliance Guides.'” [4]


Amendment SA104: Would “reauthorize the Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000.” [5]

This amendment was withdrawn by Wyden before a vote was taken.

Amendment SA105: Would alter the language of the law to ensure that an exemption to the minimum wage is provided for house parents at “residential, educational facilities for foster children and emotionally-scarred youth.” [6] [7]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA106: Would “express the sense of the Senate that increasing personal savings is a necessary step toward ensuring the economic security of all the people of the United States upon retirement.” [8]


Amendment SA107: Would “impose additional requirements to ensure greater use of the advance payment of the earned income credit and to extend such advance payment to all taxpayers eligible for the credit.”[9]

This amendment was withdrawn before a vote was taken on it.

Amendment SA108: Would “authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to study the costs and barriers to businesses if the advance earned income tax credit program included all EITC recipients.”[10]

This amendment was approved by a voice vote.

Amendment SA110: Would “end title 44 of the United States Code to provide for the suspension of fines under certain circumstances for first-time paperwork violations by small businesses.”[11]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA111: Would reduce the required paperwork for small public housing authorities.[12]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA112: Would “prevent the closure and defunding of certain women's business centers.”[13]

This amendment was approved by unanimous consent.

Amendment SA 113: Would “make permanent certain education-related tax incentives (such as deductions for elementary and secondary school teachers).”[14]

This amendment was ruled out of order by the chair and never received a vote.

Amendment SA114: Would change the rules governing group health plans. [15]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA115: Would “extend through December 31, 2008 the depreciation treatment of leasehold, restaurant, and retail space improvements.” [16]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA 116: Declares that "an employer shall not be required to pay an employee a wage that is greater than the minimum wage provided for by the law of the State in which the employee is employed and not less than the minimum wage in effect in that State on January 1, 2007."[17]

This would effectively abolish the federal minimum wage and allow states to set their own wage limits.[18]


Amendment SA117: Would establish different minimum wage criteria for agricultural workers or those "employed to provide agriculture labor or services pursuant to section 218 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1188)." The wage would be the greater of "the prevailing wage established by the Occupational Employment Statistics program, or other wage survey, conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the county of intended employment," or "the minimum wage rate in effect under paragraph (1) after December 31, 1977." The rate in effect after this date was $2.30. [19][20][21][22]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA 118: Would establish different minimum wage criteria for agricultural workers or those, "employed to provide agriculture labor or services pursuant to section 218 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1188)." The wage would be the greater of "the prevailing wage established by the Occupational Employment Statistics program, or other wage survey, conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the county of intended employment," or "the minimum wage rate in effect under paragraph (1) after December 31, 1977." The rate in effect after this date was $2.30. [23][24][25][26][27]

This amendment was withdrawn before receiving a vote.

Amendment SA119: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to repeal the 1993 income tax increase on Social Security benefits.” [28]

This amendment was ruled out of order by the chair and never received a vote.

Amendment SA120: Would extend and increase benefits for small businesses. [29]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA121: Would extend and increase benefits for small businesses. [30]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA122: Would extend and increase benefits for small businesses. [31]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA123: Would extend and increase benefits for small businesses. [32]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA124: Would extend and increase benefits for small businesses. [33]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA125: Would extend and increase benefits for small businesses. [34]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA126: Would require the Health and Human Services secretary to “establish and carry out a health professions training demonstration project” and “make grants to eligible entities to enable the entities to carry out programs in covered communities to train covered workers for employment as health care professionals.” The grants would be “not less than $100,000 and not more than $500,000.”[35]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA127: Would “amend the Buy American Act to require each Federal agency to submit reports regarding purchases of items made outside of the United States, and for other purposes.”[36]

This amendment was approved by unanimous consent.

Amendment SA128: Would “direct the Administrator of the Small Business Administration to establish a pilot program to provide regulatory compliance assistance to small business concerns, and for other purposes.” [37]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA129: Would modify the “Determination of exclusion for tractors weighing not more than 19,500 pounds from federal excise tax on heavy trucks and trailers.” [38]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA130: Would extend a “work opportunity tax credit to qualified restaurant employees.” [39]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA131: Would provide for the “deductibility of interest expenses incurred by electing small business trusts to acquire S corporation stock.” [40]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA132: Would expand deduction capabilities “for health insurance costs of self-employed individuals.” [41]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA133: Would exempt states with a minimum wage of at least $5.15 and who apply “that rate to not fewer than the employees performing work within the State who would otherwise be covered by the minimum wage rate prescribed” by the new federal law from paying the new federal minimum wage. [42]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA134: Would exempt states with a minimum wage of at least $5.15 and who apply “that rate to not fewer than the employees performing work within the State who would otherwise be covered by the minimum wage rate prescribed” by the new federal law from paying the new federal minimum wage. [43]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA135: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to repeal the Federal unemployment surtax.” [44]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA136: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to repeal the Federal unemployment surtax.” [45]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA137: Would reduce the taxable value of on-premises athletic facilities provided by an employer to his/her employees. [46]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA138: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to expand workplace health incentives by equalizing the tax consequences of employee athletic use.” [47]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA139: Would repeal the sunsets included in the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 and Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003. [48]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA140: Would repeal the sunsets included in the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 and Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003. [49]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA141: Would increase penalties to employers who employ illegal immigrants. [50]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA142: Would increase penalties to employers who employ illegal immigrants. [51]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA143: Would make it illegal for employers to “to hire, or to recruit or refer for a fee, an alien for employment in the United States knowing, or with reckless disregard, that the alien is an unauthorized alien with respect to such employment; or (B) to hire, or to recruit or refer for a fee, for employment in the United States” an illegal immigrant. [52]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA144: Would make it illegal for employers to “to hire, or to recruit or refer for a fee, an alien for employment in the United States knowing, or with reckless disregard, that the alien is an unauthorized alien with respect to such employment; or (B) to hire, or to recruit or refer for a fee, for employment in the United States” an illegal immigrant. [53]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA145: To punish businesses that employ illegal immigrants. [54] .

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA146: To punish businesses that employ illegal immigrants. [55]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA147: To punish businesses that employ illegal immigrants. [56]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA148: Would “prohibit employers who unlawfully employ aliens from receiving government contracts.” [57]


Amendment SA149: Would change the way in which Average Indexed Monthly Earnings (AIME) is calculated for some workers (for Social Security purposes). [58]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA150: Would establish criteria for which an “agreement to establish a totalization arrangement which is entered into with another country” shall have the force of law in the U.S. [59]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA151: Would change the calculation of taxable income for “non-group high deductible health plans.” [60]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA152: Would implement policies intended to “reduce document fraud and prevent identity theft” with regards to the Social Security system. [61]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA153: Would require that “both Houses of Congress approve a totalization agreement before any agreement giving foreign workers Social Security benefits can go into effect.”[62]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA154: Would expand eligible deductions for “high deductible health plans.”[63]

This amendment was ruled out of order by the chair and did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA 155: Would expand the ability of people to use Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) to pay for "health insurance premiums for high deductible health plans purchased in the individual market."[64]


Amendment SA156: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 regarding the disposition of unused health benefits in cafeteria plans and flexible spending arrangements.” [65]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA 157: Would raise the minimum wage by the same amount ($2.10) in each state over a two-year period following passage of the bill regardless of the state's existing wage. [66] [67]


Amendment SA158: Would raise the minimum wage by the same amount ($2.10) in each state over a two-year period following passage of the bill regardless of the state's existing wage. [68]

This amendment was ruled out of order by the chair and did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA159: Would require that “except with the separate, prior, written, voluntary authorization of an individual, it shall be unlawful for any labor organization to collect from or assess its members or nonmembers any dues, initiation fee, or other payment if any part of such dues, fee, or payment will be used to lobby members of Congress or Congressional staff for the purpose of influencing legislation.”

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA160: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow certain small businesses to defer payment of tax.” [69]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA161: Would “prohibit the use of flexible schedules by Federal employees unless such flexible schedule benefits are made available to private sector employees not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of the Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007.” [70]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA162: Would raise the minimum amount in annual business a firm must do in order to be required to pay employees the federal minimum wage (from $500,000 to $1.08 million). [71]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA162: Would raise the minimum amount in annual business a firm must do in order to be required to pay employees the federal minimum wage (from $500,000 to $1.08 million). [72]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA163: Would expand the eligibility of small businesses to receive certain tax benefits. [73]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA164: Would expand the eligibility of small businesses to receive certain tax benefits. [74]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA165: Would adjust, for the purpose of taxation, the “treatment of certain pension plans of Indian tribal governments.” [75]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA166: Would provide an “expansion of deductions for health insurance costs of self-employed individuals.” [76]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA167: Would ease the process for aliens in the U.S. to receive agricultural job opportunities, benefits, and security. [77]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA168: Would ease the process for aliens in the U.S. to receive agricultural job opportunities, benefits, and security. [78]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA169: Would “allow the sharing of social security data among government agencies for immigration enforcement purposes.” [79]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA170: Would change the law regarding employee option time (work hours which can be shifted from week to week). [80]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA171: Would change the law regarding employee option time (work hours which can be shifted from week to week). [81]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA172: Would establish an "agricultural chemicals security (tax) credit." [82]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA173: Would remove the "pilot" status of the Sustainability Program authorized by the Small Business Act. [83]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA174: Would remove the "pilot" status of the Sustainability Program authorized by the Small Business Act. [84]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA175: Would "expand the availability of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)." [85]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA176: Would implement policies intended to “reduce document fraud and prevent identity theft” with regards to the Social Security system. [86]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA177: Would require that “both Houses of Congress approve a totalization agreement before any agreement giving foreign workers Social Security benefits can go into effect.” [87]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA178: Would change the calculation of taxable income for “non-group high deductible health plans.” [88]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA179: Would change the rules governing group health plans. [89]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA180: Would change border security operations and immigration policy in the U.S. [90]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA181: Would change border security operations and immigration policy in the U.S. [91]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA182: Would modify "the Interest Rate for the Special Funding Rules of the Pension Protection Act of 2006." [92]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA183: Would modify "the Interest Rate for the Special Funding Rules of the Pension Protection Act of 2006." [93]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA184: Would modify "the Interest Rate for the Special Funding Rules of the Pension Protection Act of 2006." [94]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA185: Would establish different minimum wage criteria for agricultural workers or those "employed to provide agriculture labor or services pursuant to section 218 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1188)." The wage would be the greater of "the prevailing wage established by the Occupational Employment Statistics program, or other wage survey, conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the county of intended employment," or "the minimum wage rate in effect under paragraph (1) after December 31, 1977." The rate in effect after this date was $2.30. [95][96][97][98]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA186: Would establish different minimum wage criteria for agricultural workers or those "employed to provide agriculture labor or services pursuant to section 218 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1188)." The wage would be the greater of "the prevailing wage established by the Occupational Employment Statistics program, or other wage survey, conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the county of intended employment," or "the minimum wage rate in effect under paragraph (1) after December 31, 1977." The rate in effect after this date was $2.30. [99][100][101][102]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA187: Would provide grants for women’s business centers. [103]

This amendment was approved by unanimous consent.

Amendment SA188: Would change the date application authorized by the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. [104]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA189: Would correct an error included in Amendment SA141 (previously submitted by Sen. Sessions). [105]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA190: Would correct an error included in Amendment SA141 (previously submitted by Sen. Sessions). [106]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA191: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to permanently extend and increase the above-the-line deduction for teacher classroom supplies and to expand such deduction to include qualified professional development expenses.” [107]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA192: Would extend a "work opportunity tax credit for Hurricane Katrina employees hired by small businesses." [108]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA193: Would extend "increased expensing for Qualified Section 179 Gulf Opportunity Zone" property. [109]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA194: Would reduce "income tax withholding deposits to reflect FICA payroll tax credits for certain employees located in specified portions of the GO Zone during 2007." [110]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA 195: Would allow employers to exempt themselves from paying the new minimum wage if they "provide such employees with health care benefits that are equal (in terms of the monetary amount expended by the employer for such benefits) to the monetary amount by which the minimum wage is to be increased pursuant to such amendment." [111] [112]

Amendment SA196: Would apply all federal minimum wage laws to U.S. territories (Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the Northern Marianas Islands). [113]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA197: Would apply all federal minimum wage laws to U.S. territories (Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the Northern Marianas Islands). [114]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA198: Would authorize certain tax overpayments to go towards the Reserve Income Replacement Program. [115]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA199: Would change the rules governing small business health plans. [116]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA200: Would declare the sense of the Senate that "Congress and the President should work together to roll-back all of the Federal tax breaks enacted since 2001 that go to households with annual incomes exceeding $1,000,000; and (2) Congress and the President should work together to use the revenue gained from this action to increase investments for the needs of our veterans, affordable housing, health care, Pell Grants, child care, and Head Start."

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA201: Would declare the sense of the Senate that "Congress and the President should work together to roll-back all of the Federal tax breaks enacted since 2001 that go to households with annual incomes exceeding $1,000,000; and (2) Congress and the President should work together to use the revenue gained from this action to increase investments for the needs of our veterans, affordable housing, health care, Pell Grants, child care, and Head Start." [117]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA202: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to permanently extend and increase the above-the-line deduction for teacher classroom supplies and to expand such deduction to include qualified professional development expenses.” [118]

This amendment was approved by a voice vote.

Amendment SA203: Would “enable employees to use employee option time.” [119]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA204: Would “amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to permanently extend and increase the above-the-line deduction for teacher classroom supplies and to expand such deduction to include qualified professional development expenses.” [120]

This amendment was approved by a voice vote.

Amendment SA205: Motion to table amendment which would “extend through December 31, 2008 the depreciation treatment of leasehold, restaurant, and retail space improvements.” [121]


Amendment SA206: Would “express the sense of the Senate that Congress should make permanent the tax incentives to make education more affordable and more accessible for American families and eliminate wasteful spending, such as spending on unnecessary tax loopholes, in order to fully offset the cost of such incentives and avoid forcing taxpayers to pay substantially more interest to foreign creditors.” [122]


Amendment SA207: Would “express the sense of the Senate that Congress should repeal the 1993 tax increase on Social Security benefits and eliminate wasteful spending, such as spending on unnecessary tax loopholes, in order to fully offset the cost of such repeal and avoid forcing taxpayers to pay substantially more interest to foreign creditors.”[123]


Amendment SA208: Would establish a "Disability Preference Program for tax collection contracts."[124]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA209: Would extend an existing tax break for small businesses through December 31, 2012. [125]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA210: Would “provide for the permanent extension of increased expensing for small businesses, the depreciation treatment of leasehold, restaurant, and retail space improvements, and the work opportunity tax credit.” [126]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA211: Would treat American Samoa similarly to the Northern Marianas Islands in terms of federal minimum wage laws. [127]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA212: Would expand income eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit. [128]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA213: Would provide extended tax benefits for citizens in the "Gulf Opportunity Zone." [129]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA214: Would provide extended tax benefits for citizens in the "Gulf Opportunity Zone." [130]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA215: Would remove numerous tax provisions included in Amendment SA100 (proposed by Sen. Baucus). [131]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA216: Would allow for "deduction of charitable contributions for electing small business trusts." [132]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA217: Would treat American Samoa similarly to the Northern Marianas Islands in terms of federal minimum wage laws. [133]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA218: Would declare the sense of the Senate that "Congress should vote during the first session of the 110th Congress to provide health insurance reforms that allow small businesses to purchase health insurance for their employees." [134]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA219: Would reduce "income tax withholding deposits to reflect FICA payroll tax credit for certain employers located in specified portions of the GO Zone during 2007. [135]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA220: Would end treatment of capital gains by S Corporations as passive investment income. [136]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA221: To change the enactment date of Sec. 2 of Amendment 157 (proposed by Sen. DeMint). [137]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA222: Would authorize that all changes "take effect one day after date of enactment." [138]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA223: Would authorize that all changes "take effect one day after date of enactment." [139]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA224: Would change the meaning of the term "applicable calendar quarter" in the law. [140]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA225: Would change the eligibility of agricultural workers in terms of receiving the federal minimum wage. [141]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA226: To expand the availability of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). [142]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA227: Would raise the minimum wage to $7.25/hr. over a two-year period. [143]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Amendment SA228: Would expand tax deductions for health insurance costs of self-employed individuals. [144]

This amendment did not receive a vote.

Articles and resources

See also

References

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  2. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA101," THOMAS.
  3. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA102," THOMAS.
  4. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA103," THOMAS.
  5. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA104," THOMAS.
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  29. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA120," THOMAS.
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  52. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA143," THOMAS.
  53. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA144," THOMAS.
  54. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA145," THOMAS.
  55. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA146," THOMAS.
  56. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA147," THOMAS.
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  58. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA149," THOMAS.
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  65. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA156," THOMAS.
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  74. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA164," THOMAS.
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  78. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA168," THOMAS.
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  80. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA170," THOMAS.
  81. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA171," THOMAS.
  82. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA172," THOMAS.
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  89. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA179," THOMAS.
  90. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA180," THOMAS.
  91. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA181," THOMAS.
  92. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA182," THOMAS.
  93. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA183," THOMAS.
  94. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA184," THOMAS.
  95. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA185," THOMAS.
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  98. Sen. Patrick Leahy. "Statement Of Sen. Patrick Leahy On Chambliss Amendment," U.S. Senate. May 22, 2006.
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  103. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA187," THOMAS.
  104. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA188," THOMAS.
  105. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA189," THOMAS.
  106. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA190," THOMAS.
  107. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA191," THOMAS.
  108. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA192," THOMAS.
  109. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA193," THOMAS.
  110. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA194," THOMAS.
  111. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA 195," THOMAS.
  112. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA 195," THOMAS.
  113. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA196," THOMAS.
  114. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA197," THOMAS.
  115. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA198," THOMAS.
  116. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA199," THOMAS.
  117. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA201," THOMAS.
  118. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA202," THOMAS.
  119. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA203," THOMAS.
  120. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA204," THOMAS.
  121. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA205," THOMAS.
  122. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA206," THOMAS.
  123. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA207," THOMAS.
  124. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA208," THOMAS.
  125. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA209," THOMAS.
  126. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA210," THOMAS.
  127. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA211," THOMAS.
  128. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA212," THOMAS.
  129. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA213," THOMAS.
  130. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA214," THOMAS.
  131. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA215," THOMAS.
  132. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA216," THOMAS.
  133. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA217," THOMAS.
  134. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA218," THOMAS.
  135. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA219," THOMAS.
  136. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA220," THOMAS.
  137. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA221," THOMAS.
  138. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA222," THOMAS.
  139. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA223," THOMAS.
  140. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA224," THOMAS.
  141. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA225," THOMAS.
  142. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA226," THOMAS.
  143. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA227," THOMAS.
  144. "THOMAS page on Amendment SA228," THOMAS.

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