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Offline Marlin

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Huh! Trump tried to do that and these fraudulent Hacks fought him toothe and nail! Now these scumbags want to do it? What a joke!
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https://nuclearinnovationalliance.org/index.php/advanced-reactors-energy-act-2020-and-new-administration

Waited until Dec 4, 2020 to pass something, right before Christmas break.  Automatically had to be reintroduced to the new Congress.  This looks like follow-on stuff for the same bill since it was bi-partisan.
« Last Edit: May 06, 2021, 11:35 by Mounder »

 


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