June 2009
Hill;6/12/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 69, p16
The article presents excerpts from the journal's blog related to the U.S. Congress, including one on the passage of an energy tax and another on the Residential Carbon Monoxide Poisoining Prevention Act.


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