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Wonder how many bills get passed every year?

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This is going to blow your mind. You know how we're constantly busy trying to stop or slow down what this administration is doing? And we wonder why "it's always something!".. a new nightmare every day? Here's why we're all in overdrive and overload trying to stop what's going on:

 

 

 

Year Session # of Bills

 

 

 

1993 - 1994: 103rd Congress = 1977 Bills

1995 - 1996: 104th Congress = 1817 Bills

1997 - 1998: 105th Congress = 1966 Bills

1999 - 2000: 106th Congress = 2229 Bills

2001 - 2002: 107th Congress = 1513 Bills

2003 - 2004: 108th Congress = 1659 Bills

2005 - 2006: 109th Congress = 1746 Bills

2007 - 2008: 110th Congress = 1922 Bills

2009 - 2010: 111th Congress = 8970 Bills

 

Eight previous sessions of Congress, going all the way back to 1993, averaged about 1853 bills per session.

 

The 111th Congress' session isn't even finished yet and they've got 8970 bills!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

If this isn't an eye-opener that they're "transforming" our nation for the worst, I don't know what is!!!!!

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The proof is in the pudding, so to speak....the marxists are DRASTICALLY altering this nation....When they are kicked out in November, we need to ride the new congress to repeal just about every one of them.....we'll more than likely have to wait until January 2013, though, because barry will veto the repeal bills......

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I wonder how much each bill costs the taxpayers. Did the House and Senate read them?

Trillions and trillions of wasted taxpayer money......and NO, most of Congress has absolutely NO clue what these bills have in the FINE PRINT!

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News today is, they are starting back with the "Cap and Trade" BS. Haven't enough people loast thier jobs already to satisfy the Post Turtle President?

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Can you provide a link to verify ? I almost believe it, but to throw a number out there will be debated by some. I'd love to see the link as well, so I could use it in another forum.

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Can you provide a link to verify ? I almost believe it, but to throw a number out there will be debated by some. I'd love to see the link as well, so I could use it in another forum.

Sorry, Dave, now I can't find it... I usually post the links, must have missed that one. Should be easy enough to see though just going to Congress' records through the years.

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Dave, she's updated for the link:

 

"How I found this data:

If you go to this link: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billsearch...?q=111+congress

and select the congressional term (in the pulldown) and also type that into "Search For:", then look below the line and it tells the total number of bills for that congressional term. It covers every congressional term from now back to 1993 (the 103rd Congress)."

 

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This is information is completely inaccurate. The 110 Congress introduced well over 8000 bills, not all of them passed of course and I think this is the distinction you are missing. It is the same case with the 111th Congress, which to this point has introduced just over 6300 bills. This is just the House in both cases I am not including Senate bills and joint bills, etc... As far as enacting bills into law, the 111th Congress and the President have so far to date passed 202 bills into law, by contrast the previous Congress (110th) enacted 460 and the 109th enacted 483. So who really was passing their agenda onto the American people? dfgdfgcontrast the previous Congress (110th) passed 4604

This is going to blow your mind. You know how we're constantly busy trying to stop or slow down what this administration is doing? And we wonder why "it's always something!".. a new nightmare every day? Here's why we're all in overdrive and overload trying to stop what's going on:



Year Session # of Bills



1993 - 1994: 103rd Congress = 1977 Bills
1995 - 1996: 104th Congress = 1817 Bills
1997 - 1998: 105th Congress = 1966 Bills
1999 - 2000: 106th Congress = 2229 Bills
2001 - 2002: 107th Congress = 1513 Bills
2003 - 2004: 108th Congress = 1659 Bills
2005 - 2006: 109th Congress = 1746 Bills
2007 - 2008: 110th Congress = 1922 Bills
2009 - 2010: 111th Congress = 8970 Bills

Eight previous sessions of Congress, going all the way back to 1993, averaged about 1853 bills per session.

The 111th Congress' session isn't even finished yet and they've got 8970 bills!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If this isn't an eye-opener that they're "transforming" our nation for the worst, I don't know what is!!!!!






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