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  • His billwould do nothing to stop coal mining; it's meant to protect water quality bystoppingcoal companies from dumping toxic mining waste into valley streams, which is poisoning drinking water and killing fish throughout Appalachia.

    Rob Perks: Defending Dolly from Big Coal Bullies

  • Some Congress folk are actually claiming that "although not ideal," the current Frankensteinian bale of paper costumed as a national healthcare billwould be "a step in the right direction for the future."

    OpEdNews - Diary: Congress Exhibiting Institutional Breakdown

  • The billwould levy an additional tax on automakers for cars they produce that get lower than the required average fuel economy required for their class.

    Buzzword: Fee-bate

  • The House billwould eliminate all Part B premium increases, using $2.8 billion in other Medicare funding.

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  • "State Representative Scott Suder's (R-Abbotsford) billwould make premises registration voluntary rather than the current mandatory policy.

    Eye on Wisconsin: The Amish and the Bailout?

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