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Caucus Staff Analysis – Tuesday, March 26

Below is a list of bills being debated today, with Caucus Staff’s analysis attached:

To see the full House Debate Calendar, click here.

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Caucus Staff Analysis – Tuesday, March 19

Below is a list of bills being debated today, with Caucus Staff’s analysis attached:

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Caucus Staff Analysis – Monday, March 18

Below is a list of bills being debated today, with Caucus Staff’s analysis attached:

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Caucus Staff Analysis – Wednesday, March 13

Below is a list of bills being debated today, with Caucus Staff’s analysis attached:

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2013 Funnel Survivors

Funnel

With the first funnel over the House has narrowed down the bills that are still alive for consideration this session.

To see a list of the “Funnel Survivors” view the list below, organized by committee, of all bills that survived the first funnel in the House.

2013 First Funnel Survivors

 

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Memorial Day, May 28th, 2012

Memorial Day is a sacred day of remembrance to honor those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom. On Memorial Day this year, don’t forget remember and pay respects for those who paid the price for protecting and preserving the freedoms we enjoy.

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Vietnam War Hero to Receive Medal of Honor- 42 years later

Spc. Leslie H. Sabo Jr.’s widow and his brother will be at the White House on Wednesday to accept the Medal of Honor, the military’s highest award for bravery, on Sabo’s behalf for his actions on one fateful May day in 1970.

It was May 10, 1970, in Se San, Cambodia. Spc. Leslie H. Sabo Jr. and his platoon were ambushed by a large enemy force. The 22-year-old rifleman from Ellwood City, Pa., charged the enemy position, killing several soldiers, and then attacked an enemy flanking force, drawing fire away from his comrades.

As the enemy retreated, a grenade landed near Sabo and a wounded American soldier. Sabo picked it up and threw it, while shielding his comrade with his own body. The grenade blast badly injured Sabo, but he continued to charge the bunker.

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End of Session Wrap Up

Below is the end of session wrap up document prepared by the House Republican Research Staff

2012 End of Session Wrap Up

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Guard Officers Plan to Retain Air Guard’s 132 Wing

The head of the National Guard Association of the United States, which represents nearly 45,000 current or former Guard officers, wants Congress to keep current Air Guard funding and force structure in place until a new budget process can be implemented.

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