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The Daily Leader - Steny Hoyer
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10:00 a.m.: Legislative Business   1:00 – 2:00 p.m.   3:00 – 4:00 p.m.

“One Minutes” (15 per side)


Continue Consideration of H.R. 5297 - Small Business Lending Fund Act of 2010 (Rep. Frank – Financial Services)


Suspensions (9 Bills)

1.       H.R. 4451 - Collinsville Renewable Energy Promotion Act (Rep. Murphy (CT) - Energy and Commerce)

2.       H.Con.Res. 242 - Honoring and praising the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People on the occasion of its 101st anniversary (Rep. Al Green - Judiciary)

3.       H.Res. 1422 - Honoring the Department of Justice on the occasion of its 140th anniversary (Rep. Sensenbrenner - Judiciary)

4.       H.R. 2142 - Government Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Performance Improvement Act (Rep. Cuellar - Oversight and Government Reform)

5.       H.Res. 879 - Supporting the goals and ideals of American Education Week (Rep. Minnick - Oversight and Government Reform)

6.       H.Res. 1357 - Commending and congratulating the Hollywood Walk of Fame on the occasion of its 50th anniversary (Rep. Watson - Oversight and Government Reform)

7.       H.Res. 1429 - Celebrating the symbol of the United States flag and supporting the goals and ideals of Flag Day (Rep. Latta - Oversight and Government Reform)

8.       H.J.Res. 86 - Recognizing the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War and reaffirming the United States-Korea alliance (Rep. Rangel - Foreign Affairs)

9.       H.Con.Res. 286 - Recognizing the 235th birthday of the United States Army (Rep. Edwards (TX) - Armed Services)


Postponed Suspension Vote (1 Bill)

1.    H.Res. 1414 - Congratulating Urban Prep Charter Academy for Young Men-Englewood Campus for achieving a 100 percent college acceptance rate for all 107 members of its first graduating class of 2010 (Rep. Rush - Education and Labor)


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The Daily Quote

"The Federal Reserve adopted new rules Tuesday aimed at protecting credit card customers from getting socked by lofty late payment charges and other penalty fees…. They bar credit card companies from charging a penalty fee of more than $25 for paying a bill late. They prohibit credit card companies from charging penalty fees that are higher than the dollar amount associated with the customer's violation. They also ban so-called ‘inactivity’ fees when customers don't use the account to make new purchases and they prevent multiple penalty fees on a single late payment. The rules take effect on Aug. 22…. Congress directed the Fed to implement the new credit card protections in legislation signed into law by President Barack Obama last year.”


 - Associated Press, 6/15/2010