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Preliminary Action on 2017 Pay Increase

​Today, the House Financial Services and General Government (FSGG) appropriations bill was approved by the FSGG Subcommittee. The bill was silent on the 2017 GS pay increase, which would allow the President’s proposed 1.6% increase to go into effect in January, unless Congress takes further action to increase or decrease the proposed raise. 93 more words

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Legislative Wrap Up (Part 1)

By Rosana Garcia

At the end of March, we reported on Health Care Bills That Made the Cut, pointing out some bills that made it through their respective committees for potential passage through the House and Senate. 526 more words

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Final 2016 Legislative Update

May 23rd

MN REALTORS®Supporting YOUR Success

Presented by – Paul Eger, Vice President, Governmental Affairs.

Watch for the 2016 Legislative Update Publication! 

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Senate Appropriations Committee Marks-Up Ag/FDA Appropriations Bill

Yesterday, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved the appropriations bill for funding the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2017. The House Appropriations Committee has already acted. 145 more words

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Weekly Legislative Update 2016

May 2oth

MN REALTORS®Supporting YOUR Success

Presented by the MN REALTORS® Paul Eger, Vice President Governmental Affairs.

Stay connected with the MN REALTORS® on what’s taking place at the Capitol this Legislative Session! 27 more words

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An Eye On Legislation - April 2016

By Charles Kushell – GSCA Legislative Liaison

“Let’s see what our elected elves have been up to this past month.  A few items to note during this silly political season; this may be as much fun to watch as the runup to the 1912 convention season must have been. 763 more words

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Health Care in Black and White…

By Stephanye R. Clarke

The Emancipation Proclamation. The Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Affordable Care Act — neither of these sweeping acts/laws have been able to undo a rather disheartening reality: … 377 more words