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WashingtonWatch.com Digest – July 12, 2010

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On the Blog: A Lame-Duck Strategy?

Congress’ agenda between now and election day in November is shrinking, but a post-election session may see a lot of contentious issues debated and passed—or perhaps a prominent columnist is just goosing his readers with talk of a lame-duck session. Read about it in a blog post entitled: “Is a Lame-Duck Strategy Shaping Up?

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Featured Items

Congress returns from its Fourth of July break this week.

The House of Representatives has modest plans for the week. One of the bills it will debate is H.R. 5114, the Flood Insurance Reform Priorities Act of 2010.

The bill would authorize the National Flood Insurance Program to enter into and renew flood insurance policies through fiscal year 2015, and it would make several changes to the program.

Passage of H.R. 5114 would cost the average U.S. family about $4.25.

The House will also debate H.R. 1722, the Telework Improvements Act of 2009.

The bill would require executive branch agencies to establish telework policies enabling employees to work away from the office part of the time.

Passage of H.R. 1722 would cost the average U.S. family about $0.28.

H.R. 5114
The Flood Insurance Reform Priorities Act of 2010
Costs $4.26 per family

H.R. 1722
The Telework Improvements Act of 2009
Costs $0.28 per family

What People Think

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The Flood Insurance Reform Priorities Act of 2010
62% For, 38% Against

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Click here  to vote on The Telework Improvements Act of 2009. Click here to vote on The Telework Improvements Act of 2009.

The Telework Improvements Act of 2009
43% For, 57% Against

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Displayed below are new, updated, and passed items with their cost or savings per family.

New Items

S. 2906
A bill to amend the Act of August 9, 1955, to modify a provision relating to leases involving certain Indian tribes
Costs $0.00 per family

H.R. 601
The Box Elder Utah Land Conveyance Act
Costs $0.00 per family

H.R. 3914
The San Juan Mountains Wilderness Act of 2009
Costs $0.00 per family

S. 553
The North Country National Scenic Trail Route Adjustment Act of 2009
Costs $0.05 per family

Updated Items

H.R. 129
To authorize the conveyance of certain National Forest System lands in the Los Padres National Forest in California
Costs $0.00 per family

Passed Items

P.L. 111-199
The Formaldehyde Standards for Composite Wood Products Act
Costs $0.03 per family

P.L. 111-200
The Congressional Award Program Reauthorization Act of 2009
Costs $0.01 per family

P.L. 111-201
A joint resolution recognizing the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean War and reaffirming the United States-Korea alliance

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As of this date _______/_______/________________/ in every police department there must be two DYFS workers one male one female per shift. The DYFS worker are place in the department to over see any citizen transaction with police officers. The DYFS workers will also have power to terminate and or suspend police officers for abuse of citizen!

The police officer that is found guilty of abuse can no longer own any type of firearm nor can they live in a resident where a firearm is own. The police officer can never work for any type of law enforcement or security company. If the abuse results in death of the citizen. The officer will be charge with murder and sentence to age of the citizen plus his age!

No juvenile can be question by a police officer without a DYFS worker present! No Juvenile can be strip search without a DYFS worker present! Both police and DYFS worker must be the same sex of the citizen being strip search! The parent of the juvenile must be contacted immediately!

If a citizen is taken to a site of the crime a DYFS worker must be present for the ride! No juvenile can be fingerprinted without a DYFS worker present.


The Brenton Butler case was a 2000 murder case in Jacksonville, Florida. During the investigation of a shooting death outside of a motel, police arrested 15-year-old Brenton Butler a juvenile and charged him with the murder. Butler was subsequently force to confessed to the crime by investigating police officers, and the case went to trial. However, during the trial he testified that he had been brutalized into his confession, and he was acquitted


NEW BILL THE Fenyanga Muhammad BILL

As of this date_____/_____/_______/ any police officer that is found guilty of shooting an innocent citizen and the state or city is sued and looses the case! That officer or officers are fire and charge appropriately! The officer or officers can never work for law enforcement of a security company. The officer or officers can never own a gun nor can they live in residents of gun owners!

No more then one officer can draw his gun on a citizen when there is clearly one citizen involve! No citizen can be order to the ground and no police officer can place their knee on the citizen head back or neck! The citizen will be order to turn from the officer and put their hands behind their back and are immediately handcuff and place in the patrol car. Not made to laid on a hot patrol car!

No officer can put their hand or and type of instrument in the citizen mouth in order to retrieve drugs or anything! No officer can choke a citizen to gain compliance! No officer can taser a citizen that won’t stop talking! Nor can a citizen be taser for not signing a traffic ticket!

No officer can use a night stick to silence a talkative citizen nor can they punch kick etc.. Only male officer can strip search male citizen. Only female officers can strip search female citizen. When a male is present the male will pat search a male citizen. When a female is present the female officer will pat search a female citizen.
From the start, Fenyanga Muhammad maintained his innocence. Shot four times by police in what was described as a drug bust gone wrong in 2007, Muhammad said he hadn’t swallowed drugs as police claimed. As for his resistance as police tried to arrest him, he claimed that was because the police officers grabbing him behind caused him to choke on a Popsicle stick that had been in his mouth and which was visible in crime scene photos. He was shot three times across his back, and once in the hand. Muhammad was totally innocent the police officers LIED!


NEW BILL THE Michael McLendon BILL

On this date _______/_____/_______/ any citizen or person that fire a weapon into a establishments! The suspect will be arrest and if convicted will serve as many years as there are people in that establishment.That could be incarceration or probation! If the suspect murder anyone during his or her rampage he or she will be executed immediately!

The suspect whether incarcerate or place on probation. Will be sentence to a “Yellow Uniform” for the life of his or her sentencing! He or she can wear nothing but that “Yellow Uniform”! He or she will also be made to shave his or her hair bald nor facial hair and must maintain for the duration of the sentence. No jewelry of any kind can be wore the duration of the sentencing!

If the suspect is a juvenile and the weapon he or she use belongs to the parents. The parents will be charge along with their child! Those parent can never ever own a gun nor can they live in a resident of a gun owner! If the suspect had mental issue and was sold a legal gun that gun shop will pay a fine if a mental check was not conducted! $10,000

No more then fifteen dollars on the person at any times and his or her “DOC” Id card! The “Yellow Uniform” inmate cannot own a gun nor can they live in a resident of a gun owner! The “Yellow Uniform inmate can not purchase drink or enter a establishment that sells alcohol. The “Yellow Uniform inmate can not smoke in public nor can he or she purchase cigarette.

If the “Yellow Uniform inmate violate while in uniform the sentence start over plus the new charge! The “Yellow Uniform will clearly state ( in big letters) the inmate number. That number can be fed into a computer and information of the inmate crime and his or her address!
Michael McLendon, 28, who killed 10 people before taking his own life, had a target list that detectives found in his house in Kinston, Ala., according to Coffee County District Attorney Gary McAliley.

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