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Key Vote "No" on H.R. 4872: the "Reconciliation Act of 2010"
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Key Vote "No" on H.R. 4872: the "Reconciliation Act of 2010"

Dear Representative:          On behalf of hundreds of thousands of FreedomWorks members nationwide, and the more than 300,000 people who signed our NoHealthCareReconciliation.com petition, I urge you to VOTE NO on H.R.

03/25/2010
Key Vote "No" on H.R. 4872 - the "Reconciliation Act of 2010"
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Key Vote "No" on H.R. 4872 - the "Reconciliation Act of 2010"

Dear Senator:                                                        

03/24/2010
Key Vote "No" on Slaughter Rule/Senate Bill; Key Vote "No" on Reconciliation Bill
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Key Vote "No" on Slaughter Rule/Senate Bill; Key Vote "No" on Reconciliation Bill

Dear Representative:                                            As the House majority decides how it will proceed with health care legislation against bi-partisan opposition, I thought you might find these two quotes from the early days of our nation enlightening:“If ever the free institutions of America are destroyed, that event may be attributed to the omnipotence of the majority.”

03/19/2010
Here Comes the Reconciliation
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Here Comes the Reconciliation

We knew it was coming. It's been a threat hanging out there since last spring. But now it's official.

03/03/2010
Thank You to Senators for "Yea" Votes on Sen. DeMint's Health Care Freedom Amendment
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Thank You to Senators for "Yea" Votes on Sen. DeMint's Health Care Freedom Amendment

Click here to download the pdf of this letter. Dear Senators,

04/03/2009
Thank You Letter to Senators for "Yea" Vote on the Johanns Amendment
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Thank You Letter to Senators for "Yea" Vote on the Johanns Amendment

This letter was sent to the following 67 Senators who voted to prohibit the use of reconciliation in the Senate yesterday: Alexander, Barrasso, Baucus, Bayh, Begich, Bennet, Bennett, Bingaman, Bond, Brownback, Bunning, Burr, Byrd, Cantwell, Casey, Chambliss, Coburn, Cochran, Collins, Conrad, Corker, Cornyn, Crapo, DeMint, Dorgan, Ensign, Enzi, Feingold, Graham, Grassley, Gregg, Hagan, Hatch, Hutchinson, Inhofe, Isakson, Johanns, Klobuchar, Kohl, Kyl, Landrieu, Levin, Lincoln, Lugar, Martinez, McCain, McCaskill, McConnell, Murkowski, Murray, Nelson, Pryor, Risch, Roberts, Rockefeller, Se

04/02/2009
Key Vote Yes: Sen. DeMint's Health Care Freedom Amendment
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Key Vote Yes: Sen. DeMint's Health Care Freedom Amendment

Click here to download the PDF version of this Key Vote.

04/02/2009
Reconciliation, What Is It?
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Reconciliation, What Is It?

If you've been paying attention to what's going on in Washington recently, you've probably heard the word "reconciliation".  What is it?  It's a legislative process intended to allow a budget bill to be considered without filibuster.  In the Senate, it restricts debate to 20 hours and amendments are limited.  Without the option of filibuster, a bill in the Senate would only require 51 votes to pass.  A super majority of 60 votes is required to end a filibuster to move legislation normally. 

04/02/2009