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In 2004 H.R. 339 was a bill Kirk favored to shielf the fast food industry against lawsuits.
As a shielf from the terrible purity of Singer's vision, I'll look to the corruption that comes from interconnectedness.
The measure, meant to shielf taxpayers from the cost of solving financial crises, would tax the banks according to the size of the balance sheets.
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