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Bill Pass

A situation in which the U.S. Federal Reserve buys Treasury bills in order to finance the debt of the federal government.
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If the bill passes, there could be a gap in most Employee Practices Liability policies, which are designed to protect an employer from allegations of discrimination.
If the bill passes, and many observers expect that it will, driver's license reform advocates hope to tuck the provisions into an unrelated measure providing relief to tsunami victims.
If the bill passes the State Senate in January as expected, Wisconsin would become the first state in the US to provide live organ donors with a $10,000 tax deduction possibility.
Civil unions bill Passes Vermont house: The Vermont house of representatives votes 76-69 to send a civil unions bill to the state senate.
Religious Liberty Bill Passes House Of Representatives
Perhaps the irony of this debate is that even if the cyberporn bill passes, it would do little to stop the problem of pornography on the Net, because the bill is national legislation aimed at controlling what is actually an international network.
If this bill passes - and it seems likely to - it could change the ground rules not only in Pennsylvania, but in other states looking to follow suit.
Report Excerpt: Energy Bill Passes Senate Opening Doors for Renewable Energy Initiatives and Alternative Energy Market Growth.
The congressman will certainly do everything he can to make sure Santa Clarita gets as much as possible for Bermite if this bill passes,'' Foy said.
If the bill passes, everyone who files an income-tax return will get an annual statement estimating how much federal, state, and local taxes he paid.
If the bill passes in its current form or an alternative form, Standard & Poor's will determine if there are any negative implications for the BCBSNC ratings.
If that bill passes and becomes law, it would take agency fee out of negotiations and mandate it statewide,'' said Richard Fisher, a partner with the Los Angeles law firm O'Melveny & Myers who has represented the school district in negotiations.