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  1. I tend to agree with Barclay. I definitely don't mind a system where people can pick a couple of advantages to help define their character (and maybe a flaw too!), and I definitely would like to have attributes (positive, neg, and mixed) that can be "earned" based on IC decisions on the part of players. I didn't find attribute points particularly useful, however, during the last couple of rounds of GPS, personally.
  2. @TexAgRepublican The Senate Parliamentarian does not allow the No Death Tax on Small Businesses and Farms Act to be brought back to the floor, due to a previous consideration of the Senate on the Motion to Proceed to this bill, ( following a hold from the Senator from Vermont. The Senate Parliamentarian advises that a Motion to Reconsider made and seconded by a member who voted against the Motion to Proceed is required for the Senate to consider this bill again during this session of Congress.)
  3. The Senate will come to order under suspended rules to debate the bill. Debate shall last for 72 hours, unless a Senator shall move for regular order, at which point the bill will be debated indefinitely until cloture is invoked or the bill is removed from the floor: Senator Fitzgerald, with thanks to Ms. Miller, submits A BILL To authorize, enhance, and reform certain port security programs through increased efficiency and risk-based coordination within the Department of Homeland Security, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representati
  4. The Senate will come to order under suspended rules to debate the bill. Debate shall last for 72 hours, unless a Senator shall move for regular order, at which point the bill will be debated indefinitely until cloture is invoked or the bill is removed from the floor: Senator Fitzgerald submits A BILL To require all military equipment be manufactured in the United States. SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE (a) This act shall be cited as the Made in America Act. SEC. 2. EFFECTS. (a) All equipment procured by the Department of Defense must be manufactured entirely in
  5. The Senate will come to order under suspended rules to debate the bill. Debate shall last for 72 hours, unless a Senator shall move for regular order, at which point the bill will be debated indefinitely until cloture is invoked or the bill is removed from the floor: Senator KADAR, for himself, submits A BILL To repeal the gas tax in rural areas, and for other purposes SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. (a) This bill may be cited as the "Rural Gas Tax Elimination Act". SEC. 2. FINDINGS. (a) The gas tax raises the price of one of the most essential consumer commod
  6. The Chair calls upon the Senator from West Virginia to provide a Plain English Summery of the Bill in accordance with the Senate Rules @Sheridan
  7. The Senate will come to order under suspended rules to debate the bill. Debate shall last for 72 hours, unless a Senator shall move for regular order, at which point the bill will be debated indefinitely until cloture is invoked or the bill is removed from the floor: Senator KADAR, for himself, submits A BILL to combat various forms of tax and Medicare fraud, and for other purposes SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. (a) This act may be cited as the "Fight Fraud Act". SEC. 2. PROVISIONS. Part (a) is based on legislation by Senators Scott (R-FL) and Van Hollen (D-MD) and
  8. All time for questions and debate has expired. The Senate will now proceed to a vote on confirmation of the nominee. This is a 48 hour vote. The Clerk will call the roll:
  9. The question is: should the nominee be confirmed? This is a 48 hour vote.
  10. Senator Fitzgerald, with thanks to Mr. Udall, submits A BILL To further continued economic viability in the communities on the southern High Plains by promoting sustainable groundwater management of the southern Ogallala Aquifer. 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 "Southern High Plains Groundwater Resource Conservation Act''. SEC. 2. FINDINGS AND PURPOSES. (a) Findings.--Congress makes the following findings: (1) A reliable sourc
  11. IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE | 117th Session of Congress S. XX Mr. ALLEN, for himself, with thanks to Mr. HOEVEN, and on behalf of the American People, submit the following: A BILL To provide for the adjustment or modification by the Secretary of Agriculture of loans for critical rural utility service providers, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled as follows SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE This act shall be referred to and cited as the 'Flexible Financing for Rural Am
  12. Senator WRIGHT (for himself, and with thanks to Representative HOULAHAN), introduced the following bill: A BILL To modify the requirements relating to the acquisition and disposal of certain rare earth materials, and for other purposes. 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 “Securing Americas Rare Earths Supply Act of 2021”. SEC. 2. ACQUISITION AND DISPOSAL OF CERTAIN RARE EARTH MATERIALS. (a) Guidance On Streamlined Acquisition Of Rare Ea
  13. Senator Fitzgerald introduces A BILL To provide economic relief for the American people and curb speculative activities in the financial sector. SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. (a) This act shall be cited as the American Recovery Act. SEC. 2. ECONOMIC IMPACT PAYMENTS. (a) Each qualifying household as defined in subsections (b) and (c) shall receive a payment of $2,000 for each member of the household. (b) The amount of the payment allowed by subsection (a) shall be reduced (but not below zero) by 5 percent of so much of the taxpayer’s adjusted gross income as excee
  14. Without objection, the bill is passed and the motion to reconsider is considered made and laid upon the table.
  15. Without objection, the bill is passed and the motion to reconsider is considered made and laid upon the table.
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