reasons & remarks redivivus. Positive Outcomes

February 2011
PN;Feb2011, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p10
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The article offers information on the possible impact of the leadership of the new legislatures to paralyzed veterans of America (PVA) in the U.S. It states that the House of Representatives has the authority to all the bills related to raising revenue for government operations and programs. It suggests that one area that can be endorsed by both parties is the area of regulation that will enhance and improve travel for passengers with disabilities into commuter jets.


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