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P.L. 111-139, Increasing the statutory limit on the public debt (1 comment ↓ | 9 wiki edits: view article ↓)

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H.J. Res. 45 would increase the statutory limit on the public debt.

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Steve Walczyk

February 2, 2010, 8:00am (report abuse)

I just want what you have in health care and retirement. It just makes sence for me to have the same care as you, since I am paying for you to have it. Let’s get the paying people taking care of first then we will work on the less fortunate people second.

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