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P.L. 112-64, The National Guard and Reservist Debt Relief Extension Act of 2011 (1 comment ↓ | 8 wiki edits: view article ↓)

  • This item is from the 112th Congress (2011-2012) and is no longer current. Comments, voting, and wiki editing have been disabled, and the cost/savings estimate has been frozen.

H.R. 2192 would exempt for an additional 4-year period, from the application of the means-test presumption of abuse under chapter 7, qualifying members of reserve components of the Armed Forces and members of the National Guard who, after September 11, 2001, are called to active duty or to perform a homeland defense activity for not less than 90 days.

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    and increases their $162,301.27 share of the national debt by $0.00.
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berntam

(logged-in user) December 5, 2011, 3:37am (report abuse)

I am pleased to see this bill unanimously passed. If someone could have given me just one good reason why we as citizens of the United States could ever deny our soldiers and reservist a fair chance at financial redemption because they may have "slipped" while out risking their lives for us, I would have given them a hundred reasons why this bill was a no-brainer to protect them from the hellish grips of bankruptcy.

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