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Bills Introduced

Abortion
H.R. 3664—-Rep. Gus Bilirakis (R-FL) / Energy and Commerce (12/08/03)—A bill to prohibit certain abortion-related discrimination in governmental activities.

Child Protection
H.R. 3687—-Rep. Doug Ose (R-CA) / Judiciary (12/08/03)—A bill to provide for the punishment of certain profane broadcasts.

H.R.3692 —-Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA) / Education and the Workforce, Judiciary (12/08/03)—A bill to authorize the use of grant funds for bullying prevention.

S. Res. 283—-Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) / Considered and passed (12/09/03)—A resolution affirming the need to protect children in the United States from indecent programming.

Child Safety
H.R. 3683—-Rep. Peter T. King (R-NY) / Energy and Commerce (12/08/03)—A bill to direct the Secretary of Transportation to evaluate devices and technology for reducing the incidence of child injury and death occurring inside or outside of motor vehicles.

Education
H.R. 3660—-Rep. Bobby L. Rush (D-IL) / Education and the Workforce (12/08/03)—A bill to authorize the Secretary of Education to enter into a partnership with a qualified local educational agency to conduct a model school-to-work program.

H.R. 3685—-Rep. Kendrick Meek (D-FL) / Education and the Workforce (12/08/03)—A bill to authorize the Secretary of Education to make grants to reduce the size of core curriculum classes in public elementary and secondary schools.

Health
H.R. 3656—-Rep. Lois Capps (D-CA) / Energy and Commerce, Ways and Means (12/08/03)—A bill to impose minimum nurse staffing ratios in Medicare participating hospitals.

H.R. 3658—-Rep. Lois Capps (D-CA) / Energy and Commerce (12/08/03)—A bill to strengthen education, prevention, and treatment programs relating to stroke.

S. 1988—-Sen. Thomas Daschle (D-SD) / Finance (12/09/03)—A bill to establish minimum requirements for nurse staffing in nursing facilities receiving payments under Medicare or Medicaid.

S. 1992—-Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) / Finance (12/09/03)—A bill to eliminate privatization of Medicare, to improve the Medicare prescription drug benefit, to repeal health savings accounts.

S. 2003—-Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY) / Finance (12/09/03)—A bill to promote higher quality health care and better health by strengthening health information, information infrastructure, and the use of health information by providers and patients.

Miscellaneous
S. 2000—-Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) / Considered and passed (12/09/03)—A bill to extend the special postage stamp for breast cancer research for 2 years.

Reproductive Health
H. Con. Res. 348 —-Rep. Mark E. Souder (R-IN) / Energy and Commerce (12/08/03)—A resolution recognizing the survivors of cervical cancer and the importance of good cervical health, preventing HPV infection, and detecting cervical cancer during its earliest stages.

Tax Policy
H.R. 3655—-Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D-OH) / Ways and Means (12/08/03)—A bill to replace the earned income credit, the child tax credit, and the deduction for dependents with a simplified family tax credit.

H.R. 3666—-Rep. Sanford D. Bishop (D-GA) / Ways and Means (12/08/03)—A bill to increase from 13 to 15 the age of dependents who may be taken into account for purposes of determining the credit for expenses for household and dependent care services necessary for gainful employment.

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