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Employer Liability Provisions in Selected Patient Protection Bills

Employer Liability Provisions in Selected Patient Protection Bills

Date: August 21, 2001
Creator: Welborn, Angie A
Description: In the various patient protection bills introduced in the 106th (H.R. 5628, S.Amdt. 3694, H.R. 2990) and to date in the 107th (H.R. 526, H.R. 2315, H.R. 2563, S. 889, S. 1052), Congress has attempted to address the issue of employer liability by limiting liability to certain persons or circumstances. This report provides an overview of the employer liability provisions of selected bills from the 106th and 107th Congress.
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Substantive Due Process and a Right to Clone

Substantive Due Process and a Right to Clone

Date: May 21, 2002
Creator: Shimabukuro, Jon O
Description: None
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Internet Gambling: Overview of Federal Criminal Law

Internet Gambling: Overview of Federal Criminal Law

Date: November 29, 2004
Creator: Doyle, Charles
Description: None
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Internet Gambling: An Abridged Overview of Federal Criminal Law

Internet Gambling: An Abridged Overview of Federal Criminal Law

Date: November 29, 2004
Creator: Doyle, Charles
Description: None
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Uniform Standards in Private Securities Litigation: Limitations on Shareholder Lawsuits

Uniform Standards in Private Securities Litigation: Limitations on Shareholder Lawsuits

Date: May 20, 1998
Creator: Seitzinger, Michael V
Description: None
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Same-Sex Marriages: Legal Issues

Same-Sex Marriages: Legal Issues

Date: November 5, 2004
Creator: Smith, Alison M
Description: None
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Congressional Lawmaking: A Perspective On Secrecy and Transparency

Congressional Lawmaking: A Perspective On Secrecy and Transparency

Date: November 30, 2011
Creator: Oleszek, Walter J.
Description: The objectives of this report are four-fold: first, to outline briefly the historical and inherent tension between secrecy and transparency in the congressional process; second, to review several common and recurring secrecy/transparency issues that emerged again with the 2011 formation of the Joint Select Deficit Reduction Committee; third, to identify various lawmaking stages typically imbued with closed door activities; and fourth, to close with several summary observations.
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Authority to Enforce the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) in the Wake of the Homeland Security Act: Legal Issues

Authority to Enforce the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) in the Wake of the Homeland Security Act: Legal Issues

Date: July 16, 2003
Creator: ViƱa, Stephen R
Description: None
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Child Care Issues in the 108th Congress

Child Care Issues in the 108th Congress

Date: September 16, 2003
Creator: Gish, Melinda
Description: This report includes recent developments in federal child care programs and tax provisions. The report discusses several federal programs that support child care or related services, primarily for low-income working families. In addition, the tax code includes provisions specifically targeted to assist families with child care expenses. The report presents the legislative activity in the 108th Congress in regard to child care legislature and provisions.
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Obstruction of Congress: A Brief Overview of Federal Law Relating to Interference with Congressional Activities

Obstruction of Congress: A Brief Overview of Federal Law Relating to Interference with Congressional Activities

Date: November 5, 2010
Creator: Doyle, Charles
Description: Obstruction of justice is the frustration of governmental purposes by violence, corruption, destruction of evidence, or deceit. It is a federal crime. In fact, federal obstruction of justice laws are legion; too many for even passing reference to all of them in a single report. This is a brief description of those that outlaw interference with congressional activities.
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