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  1. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Mrs. DuBois-Granger (for herself and others) introduced the following bill A BILL To increase the federal minimum wage and index it to the rate of inflation. Section 1. Short Title This Act may be cited as the Fair Minimum Wage Act of 1987. Section 2. Increase in the Federal Minimum Wage (a) The federal minimum wage shall be increased as follows: (1) $3.68 per hour, effective January 1, 1988; (2) $4.01 per hour, effective January 1, 1989; (3) $4.34 per hour, effective January 1, 1990; (4) $4.67 per hour, effective January 1, 1991; (5) $5.00 per hour, effective January 1, 1992. (b) On January 1 of every year after 1992, the federal minimum wage shall increase according to the rate of inflation, but not to exceed 5%.
  2. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES QUARTER 1 1987 Mr. Blackstone (for himself and others) introduces the following bill A BILL To provide for increased funding for shelters for the homeless throughout the nation Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1: SHORT TITLE This bill shall be known as the Helping Others Home Act of 1987 SECTION 2: INVESTMENTS IN SHELTERS This bill grants additional increases in funding for the construction of homeless shelters throughout the nation. a) designation of additional $50,000,000 to HUD for the fiscal year of 1987, for the acquisition, construction, maintenance, and upkeep of additional homeless shelters distributed throughout the nation. b) designation of additional $40,000,000 to HUD for each of the fiscal years of 1988-1990 in addition to their allocated budget for the acquisition, construction, upkeep and maintenance of additional homeless shelters. PES: Provides additional funding of $50,000,000 to HUD in 1987 to purchase and maintain additional homeless shelters throughout the country. Provides additional $40,000,000 for each fiscal year through 1990 for HUD to continue purchasing and constructing homeless shelters, and for upkeep and maintenance of shelters.
  3. Ms Boxer introduces with thanks to Mrs Smith A BILL To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to restore fairness for farmers, ranchers, and small businessmen under the tax laws by restoring certain provisions changed by the Tax Reform Act of 1986, and for other purposes. SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE This Act may be cited as the Tax Fairness for Farmers, Ranchers, and Small Businessmen Act of 1987 Title 1: Amending Internal Revenue Code of 1986 1) Amends estate tax provisions of the Internal Revenue Code to exempt from recapture any use valuation benefits of a qualified heir who rents the property to another qualified heir on a net cash basis. A) Applies this provision retroactively in connection with the estates of decedents dying after 1976. B) Repeals provisions of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 that eliminated income averaging. C) Increases from 25 percent to 50 percent the allowable income tax deduction for the health insurance costs of self-employed individuals and makes the deduction permanent (under current law it will expire after tax year 1989). D) Allows a one-time exclusion from gross income of up to $125,000 of gain realized by a farmer from the sale or exchange of land used for farming or ranching during the ten-year period preceding the sale. E) Permits a full investment tax credit carry forward to certain farmers (current law requires a 35 percent reduction). F) Excludes property from the estate tax when that property is passed to a family member and the property has been used for farming during the ten-year period preceding the transfer
  4. Ms Boxer introduces with thanks to Mr Packwood A BILL To provide incentives to health care providers serving rural areas, to eliminate the medicare reimbursement differential between hospitals located in rural and urban areas, and for other purposes. Rural Health Improvement Act of 1987 – Title I: Tax Provisions 1) Amends the Internal Revenue Code to provide tax credits to physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners for the first five years of their practice in a rural area. A) Excludes from gross income any payments made on behalf of a taxpayer by the National Health Service Corps Loan Repayment program. B) Permits physicians to expense up to $25,000 annually for the purchase of basic equipment used in providing primary care services in rural areas. Title II: Public Health Service Provisions 2) Amends the Public Health Service Act to include disadvantaged individuals and minorities and individuals living in, or intending to serve, medically underserved areas among the priority clientele of the National Health Service Corps Scholarship and Loan Repayment programs. C) Increases the amount of coverage authorized under the Loan Repayment program. Increases funding for area health education centers. D) Targets Public Health Service funds to county health departments for preventive health services. Title III: Social Security Provisions 3) Amends title XVIII (Medicare) of the Social Security Act to provide for: (1) the elimination, by January 1, 1990, of separate average standardized Medicare payments for large urban, other urban, and rural hospitals; and (2) full implementation, by January 1, 1992, of a resource-based relative value scale for determining Medicare payments to physicians. E) Covers nurse practitioner services furnished in rural areas. Establishes uniform national payment rates for certified registered nurse anesthetist services. F) Permits physician assistants to provide Medicare-covered services in rural areas without regard to whether such areas are manpower shortage areas. G) Sets the Medicare payment for such services at 75 percent of the prevailing charge in the area for the services of participating physicians. Requires that such payments be made on an assignment-related basis. Excludes beneficiaries of such services from copayment requirements. Title IV: Miscellaneous Provisions 4)Waives the application of antitrust laws against rural hospitals which engage in joint activities that include purchasing, contracting for specified services, and the sharing of personnel. H) Directs the Secretary of Health and Human Services to determine which Medicare regulations affecting rural hospitals could be made less burdensome without diminishing the quality of care such hospitals provide to Medicare benefits.
  5. Ms.Boxer (for herself, Mr Garvey, Mr. King, Mr.Blackstone, Ms. Dubois-Granger, Ms. Peterson, Mr.Tilsley) introduces with help from Mr. Davis the following bill; A BILL Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, To create incentives for new business start-ups by young people. Section 1. Creation of the Youth Entrepreneurship Project (2) A new program is created, to be known as the Youth Entrepreneurship Project (2) The program shall be administered through the Department of Commerce. (3) The purpose of the project shall be to encourage the creation of new businesses by young people aged up to 25 years. Section 2. Eligibility (1) Applicants to the project must be duly incorporated companies (2) The owners of the applicant company must be American citizens/or permanent resident aged 25 or below. (3) Applicants may be refused by the Department of Commerce if the application is frivolous or the applicant unable to carry out a successful business venture. Section 3. Temporary exemption from business/corporation taxation and advisory list (1) Eligible applicants shall pay aligned to their individual tax rate, for those who make over $6,063 will pay 15% in federal income tax (2) The Department of Commerce may extend this exemption to other forms of taxation. (3) Section 127(c)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking and at the end of subparagraph (A), by redesignating subparagraph (B) as subparagraph (C), and by inserting after subparagraph (A) the following new subparagraph: (B)the payment by an employer, whether paid to the employee or to a lender, of principal or interest on any qualified education loan (as defined in section 221(d)(1)) incurred by the employee. (4) The Department of Commerce shall maintain a list of executives with at least five years experience in business willing to act as advisers to businesses accepted into this scheme, and this list shall be made available to all businesses accepted into this scheme on request. PES: Creates the Youth Entrepreneurship Project, allows young people aged 25 to create new businesses by allowing them to pay taxes incurred by their business aligned to their individual tax bracket, while also amends the Internal Revenue Code to extend the tax exclusion for employer-provided educational assistance to include payments of qualified education loans by an employer to either an employee or a lender.
  6. Mr. Hughes, for himself, with special thanks to Mr. Wilson, submits the following: A BILL To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to make it easier for tax-exempt bonds to be issued to provide electric power facilities for rural areas. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. RULES RELATING TO ELECTRIC POWER FACILITIES FOR RURAL AREAS. (a) IN GENERAL- Subsection (b) of section 141 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to private business tests) is amended by redesignating paragraphs (6) through (9) as paragraphs (7) through (10), respectively, and by inserting after paragraph (5) the following new paragraph: `(6) SPECIAL RULES FOR ELECTRIC POWER FACILITIES FOR RURAL AREAS- `(A) IN GENERAL- In the case of an issue 95 percent or more of the net proceeds of which are to be used to provide a rural electric power facility-- `(i) paragraphs (4) and (5) shall not apply, and `(ii) paragraphs (1) and (2) shall be applied by substituting `25 percent' for `10 percent' each place it appears. `(B) RURAL ELECTRIC POWER FACILITY- For purposes of subparagraph (A), the term `rural electric power facility' means a facility for furnishing electric energy if-- `(i) the facility is to be owned by 1 or more rural governmental units or by a State or a political subdivision thereof, `(ii) at least 75 percent of the facility's name-plate electric capacity is reasonably expected to be furnished within the jurisdictions of 1 or more rural governmental units, `(iii)(I) the closest distance between the jurisdiction of each rural governmental unit to be served by the facility and the jurisdiction of each other rural governmental unit to be served by the facility is at least 25 miles, or `(II) if such closest distance is not at least 25 miles, the aggregate population of all of the rural governmental units to be served by the facility is less than 50,000, and `(iv) in the case of a facility no portion of which is to be owned directly by any rural governmental unit, the closest distance between the jurisdiction of each rural governmental unit to be served by the facility and the service area of any substantial tax-exempt entity furnishing electric energy is at least 25 miles. `(C) SUBSTANTIAL TAX-EXEMPT ENTITY FURNISHING ELECTRIC ENERGY- For purposes of subparagraph (B), a substantial tax-exempt entity furnishing electric energy is a governmental unit or other entity exempt from tax under this chapter which furnishes electric energy if it is reasonable to expect that-- `(i) such entity will acquire (at project costs) at least 15 percent of the name-plate capacity of the facility being financed, or `(ii) such entity will purchase (at project costs) at least 15 percent of the electric energy to be provided by the facility being financed. `(D) RURAL GOVERNMENTAL UNIT- For purposes of this paragraph, the term `rural governmental unit' means a municipal governmental unit having within its jurisdiction a population of less than 35,000. `(E) POPULATION- For purposes of this paragraph, population shall be determined in accordance with section 146(j) for the calendar year in which the date of issuance of the original issue occurs.' (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendment made by subsection (a) shall apply to bonds issued after the date of the enactment of this Act. PES: Raises the exemption level of bonds issued for rural electrification projects and energy corporations serving rural areas.
  7. Ms. Boxer(For herself, Mr. King, Mr Blackstone, Ms. Dubois-Granger, Ms.Peterson, Mr. Tilsley) introduces with help from Mr. Kennedy the following bill; A BILL Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, To amend the Public Health Service Act to establish grant programs, and confidentiality protections, and education programs relating to counseling and testing and prevention with respect to acquired immune deficiency syndrome, Section 1. AIDS Testing (1) Directs the Secretary of Health and Human Services to make a grant allotment from the amounts appropriated in Section 3 of this Act for each State for each of FY 1987 through 1990. (a) Authorizes the Secretary to make grants to entities which are grantees under other specified provisions, have received appropriated funds as alternate blood testing sites, or are nonprofit hospitals. (b) Requires the allotments and grants be used only for counseling individuals with respect to AIDS and testing individuals for infection with the etiologic agent for AIDS. (c) Directs the Secretary, in making the grants, to give preference to applicants in geographic areas where in FY 1987, the number of additional cases of AIDS, or in FY 1990 and subsequent fiscal years, if sufficient and accurate data are available, the number of additional cases of infection with the etiologic agent constitutes one percent or greater of such cases in the United States. (d) Requires a written, signed statement of informed consent by the individual to be tested, with special provisions relating to testing through the use of a pseudonym and anonymous testing. (e) Requires, on request of a victim of a crime relating to sexual assault, that the victim be notified of the results of the testing. (f) Prohibits the Secretary from making a grant to a State unless the State provides assurances that it will: (1) encourage individuals in the State receiving, after 1976, a transfusion of any blood product to undergo testing; and (2) inform the individuals of public health facilities in the area that offer testing. Section 2. AIDS Youth Education (2) The Secretary of Health and Human Services is authorized to make grants from the amounts appropriated in Section 3 of this Act for educating and counseling certain at-risk youths with respect to the prevention of exposure to, and the transmission of, the etiologic agent for acquired immune deficiency syndrome (a) Describes the at-risk youths as those who: (1) are homeless; (2) are unemancipated minors away from home for a significant period without parental consent; (3) engage in intravenous substance abuse. (b) Sets forth preferences in making grants. Requires applicants to agree to: (1) provide outreach services for the youths; and (2) use educational materials and confidential counseling procedures that are appropriate for the age and cultural context of the at-risk youths and that emphasize the behavioral changes necessary to prevent exposure to, and the transmission of, the etiologic agent for AIDS, with a focus on sexual abstinence. (c) Permits grantees to expend the grant to train individuals to carry out the education and counseling provided for in this Act. Authorizes appropriations for FY 1987 through 1990. Section 3. Appropriations (3) The Department of Health and Human Services are authorized to be appropriated $300,000,000 1,374,000,000 for the fiscal years 1987 through 1990. and such sums as may be necessary for fiscal year 1990. (a) The Secretary may make grants to the States for the purpose of providing opportunities for individuals (1) to undergo counseling and testing with respect to acquired immune deficiency syndrome with out being required to provide any information relating to the identity of the individuals; and (2) to undergo such counseling and testing through the use of a pseudonym. For grants, there are authorized to be appropriated $280,000,000 for each of the fiscal years 1987 to 1990. (b) make grants to grants for educating and counseling certain youths concerned with acquired immune deficiency syndrome, for the development, establishment, and expansion of programs for education directed toward individuals at increased risk of infection and for such syndrome and activities to reduce the risks of exposure, for grants, there are authorized to be appropriated $178,000,000 for each of the fiscal years 1987 to 1990.
  8. Character Name: Rosemarie DuBois-Granger Political Party: Democrat Faction: Progressive Seat Held: ME-1 Date of Birth: February 21, 1928 Place of Birth: Madawaska, ME Place of Residence: Portland, ME Race/Ethnicity: Caucasian Gender: Female Religious Affiliation: Catholic Family Information: Husband - Christian Granger - July 27, 1928 - Madawaska, ME Son - Julien Granger - October 18, 1956 - Portland, ME Educational History: Madawaska Middle/High School - Diploma - 1946 Gorham State College - Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics - 1950 Gorham State College - Master of Science in Education - 1954 Occupational History: Algebra Teacher, Portland High School (1954-1967) Portland City Council (1967-1979) Maine House of Representatives (1979-1987) United States House of Representatives (1987-)
  9. Brady

    Rosemarie DuBois-Granger (D-ME-1)

    Signing out. I have some stuff going on and I don't have time to play right now. I hope to be able to come back and play again at some point.
  10. Brady

    Leave of Absence

    LOA until Wednesday, I have some stuff going on in real life that needs attending to.
  11. Brady

    Vote: Family Leave Tax Credit Act

    The committee will now vote on this bill. 24 hours for voting. Aye
  12. The Chair withdraws this bill from the docket due to the absence of a plain English summary.
  13. Upon further reflection, the points raised by the minority members are well taken. The Chair withdraws this bill from the committee's docket.
  14. Madam Chairwoman, The schools that would be subject to this grant program aren't simply the author's favorite schools, but historic African-American land-grant colleges and universities. These schools have played a vital role in providing higher education to African-Americans, particularly in the fields of food and agricultural sciences. As the average age of farmers and producers continues to rise, and as so many African-Americans still find themselves socially and economically disadvantaged, these schools are more relevant than they've ever been. African-Americans need more paths to a middle class lifestyle, and America needs more farmers and producers -- the younger the better. By addressing both issues with more funding to these schools so they can continue to provide this needed education, this bill is a win-win and should enjoy bipartisan support. I yield.
  15. The Chair interprets the following to be a sufficient plain English summary: The request to withdraw this bill from the docket is therefore denied.
  16. Brady

    Vote: Family Leave Tax Credit Act

    The committee will come to order to debate this bill. 48 hours for debate.
  17. The committee will come to order to debate this bill. 48 hours for debate.
  18. The committee will come to order to debate this bill. 48 hours for debate.
  19. Mr.King(For himself and for others, with special thanks to Ms.Delauro) introduces to the House of Representatives A BILL To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to allow a refundable credit to grandparents who provide primary child care services without compensation for their grandchildren who are not their dependents. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the ``Grandchild Tax Relief Act''. SEC. 2. REFUNDABLE CREDIT TO GRANDPARENTS PROVIDING PRIMARY CHILD CARE FOR GRANDCHILDREN NOT THEIR DEPENDENTS. (a) In General.--Subpart C of part IV of subchapter A of chapter 1 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to refundable credits) is amended by redesignating section 35 as section 36 and by inserting after section 34 the following new section: ``SEC. 35. GRANDPARENTS PROVIDING PRIMARY CHILD CARE FOR GRANDCHILDREN WHO ARE NOT THEIR DEPENDENTS. ``(a) In General.--In the case of an individual, there shall be allowed as a credit against the tax imposed by this chapter for the taxable year an amount equal to $1000 with respect to each qualifying grandchild for whom the taxpayer or the spouse of the taxpayer provides, without compensation, primary child care services during the taxable year. ``(b) Qualifying Grandchild.--For purposes of this section, the term `qualifying grandchild' means any individual-- ``(1) with respect to whom the taxpayer is not allowed a deduction under section 151 with respect to such individual for the taxable year, ``(2) who has not attained the age of 18 as of the close of the calendar year in which the taxable year of the taxpayer begins, and ``(3) who is a descendent of a son, daughter, stepson, or stepdaughter of the taxpayer or is a foster child of such a descendent, son, daughter, stepson, stepdaughter. For purposes of paragraph (3), the term `foster child' means a child who is placed by an authorized placement agency. ``(c) Primary Child Care Services.--For purposes of this section, an individual provides primary child care services for a taxable year if the individual provides such services for not less than 30 hours per week for 48 weeks of the taxable year. ``(d) Special Rules.--For purposes of this section-- ``(1) Deceased spouse or former spouse.--In the case of a taxpayer whose spouse is deceased or is a former spouse of the taxpayer, subsection (b)(3) shall be applied by substituting `or deceased or former spouse of the taxpayer' after `taxpayer' each place it occurs. ``(2) Identification requirement.--No credit shall be allowed under this section to a taxpayer with respect to any qualifying grandchild unless the taxpayer includes the name and taxpayer identification number of such qualifying grandchild on the return of tax for the taxable year. ``(3) Taxable year must be full taxable year.--Except in the case of a taxable year closed by reason of the death of the taxpayer, no credit shall be allowable under this section in the case of a taxable year covering a period of less than 12 months.''. (b) Conforming Amendments.-- (1) Paragraph (2) of section 1324(b) of title 31, United States Code, is amended by inserting before the period ``, or from section 35 of such Code''. (2) The table of sections for subpart C of part IV of subchapter A of chapter 1 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 is amended by striking the last item and inserting the following new items: ``Sec. 35. Grandparents providing primary child care for grandchildren who are not their dependents. ``Sec. 36. Overpayments of tax.''. (c) Effective Date.-- (1) In general.--The amendments made by this section shall apply to taxable years beginning with or after the taxable year with respect to which the conditions specified in paragraph (2) are satisfied. (2) Trigger mechanism.--The conditions specified in this paragraph are the following: (A) The credit under section 21 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to expenses for household and dependent care services necessary for gainful employment)-- (i) is refundable, (ii) is available at a maximum level to those with an adjusted gross income limit of not less than $20,000 per year, indexed for inflation, (iii) is available at a minimal level to those with an adjusted gross income of not less than $40,000 per year, indexed for inflation, and (iv) is available to parents of infants ages 0-12 months without regard to out-of- pocket child care expenses of the parents. (B) The maximum amount of employment-related expenses that can be taken into account under section 21 of such Code is indexed for inflation. (C) The applicable percentage of expenses that are allowed under section 21 of such Code is increased to not less than 50 percent.
  20. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Mr. GARVEY (for himself Mrs. DuBois-Granger, Mr. Blackstone and Mr Kane) introduced the following bill with thanks to Mr. HINCHEY; A BILL To amend title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to prohibit employment discrimination based on participation in labor organization activities. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. This Act may be cited as the ‘Employee Rights Protection Act of 1987’. SEC. 2. AMENDMENTS. (a) DEFINITION- Section 701 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000e) is amended by adding at the end the following: ‘(o) The term ‘labor organization activities’ includes-- ‘(1) organizing, forming, joining, or assisting a labor organization; ‘(2) bargaining collectively through employee representatives; and ‘(3) engaging in other employee concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining, or other employee mutual aid or protection.’. (b) PROHIBITION OF DISCRIMINATION- (1) Section 703 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000e-242 U.S.C. 2000e-242 U.S.C. 2000e-242 U.S.C. 2000e-242 U.S.C. 2000e-2) is amended-- (A) in the heading by striking ‘OR NATIONAL ORIGIN’ and insert ‘NATIONAL ORIGIN, OR PARTICIPATION IN LABOR ORGANIZATION ACTIVITIES’, (B) in subsection (a)-- (i) in paragraph (1) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, and (ii) in paragraph (2) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, (C) in subsection (b) by striking ‘or national origin’ each place it appears and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, (D) in subsection (c)-- (i) in paragraph (1) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, and (ii) in paragraph (2) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, (E) in subsection (d) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, (F) in subsection (h)-- (i) by striking ‘or national origin’ the first place it appears and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, and (ii) by striking ‘or national origin’ the second place it appears and inserting ‘, national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, (G) in subsection (j) by striking ‘or national origin’ each place it appears and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, (H) in subsection (k)-- (i) in paragraph (1)(A)(i) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, and (ii) in paragraph (3) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, and (I) in subsection (l) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’. (2) Section 704(b) of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000e-3(b)42 U.S.C. 2000e-3(b)42 U.S.C. 2000e-3(b)42 U.S.C. 2000e-3(b)42 U.S.C. 2000e-3(b)) is amended by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’. (3) Section 706(g)(2)(A) of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000e-5(g)(2)(A)42 U.S.C. 2000e-5(g)(2)(A)42 U.S.C. 2000e-5(g)(2)(A)42 U.S.C. 2000e-5(g)(2)(A)42 U.S.C. 2000e-5(g)(2)(A)) is amended by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’. (4) Section 717 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000e-1642 U.S.C. 2000e-1642 U.S.C. 2000e-1642 U.S.C. 2000e-1642 U.S.C. 2000e-16) is amended-- (A) in subsection (a) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’, and (B) in subsection (c) by striking ‘or national origin’ and inserting ‘, national origin, or participation in labor organization activities’. SEC. 3. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Act shall take effect on January 1, 1989. PES Amends the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to add references to discrimination on the basis of labor organization activities to provisions relating to various unlawful employment practices, enforcement, and Federal employment.
  21. Brady

    Passed: Grandchild Tax Relief Act

    This bill passes committee by a vote of 2-1.
  22. This bill passes committee by a vote of 2-1.
  23. This bill passes committee by a vote of 3-0.
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