Lots of bills still in play as session nears home stretch

Feigenbaum, Ed
February 2012
Indianapolis Business Journal;2/13/2012, Vol. 32 Issue 51, p12
The article discusses the large number of legislative bills still pending in the U.S. House and Senate despite having its sessions nearing its end.


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