Billy Graham Evangelistic Assn. Targeted by IRS:THEY ARE OUT TO DESTROY CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS AND THEN KILL CHRISTIANS--DO YOU GET IT YET--WHERE IS YOUR OUTRAGE?

Billy Graham Evangelistic Assn. Targeted by IRS:THEY ARE OUT TO DESTROY CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS AND THEN KILL CHRISTIANS--DO YOU GET IT YET--WHERE IS YOUR OUTRAGE?

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Bill Shuster, research hydrologist with the EPA

Bill Shuster, research hydrologist with the EPA

U.S. House of Reps - Bill Shuster

U.S. House of Reps - Bill Shuster

COLLEEN DONOVAN: 'Electricity Freedom Act' would hurt renewable energy on December 30, 2012 2:15 AM

COLLEEN DONOVAN: 'Electricity Freedom Act' would hurt renewable energy on December 30, 2012 2:15 AM

More than 130,000 citizens signed a petition against privitization of our Air Traffic Control system. House leadership listened and shelved the bill, but the chair of the House Transportation Committee, Rep. Bill Shuster, won’t let up. He wants to ram through this bill that would hurt workers & travelers. Why? His girlfriend is a top lobbyist for the leading airline trade group, which pushed hard for the bill!  It’s time for Rep Shuster to resign as chair of the House Transportation…

More than 130,000 citizens signed a petition against privitization of our Air Traffic Control system. House leadership listened and shelved the bill, but the chair of the House Transportation Committee, Rep. Bill Shuster, won’t let up. He wants to ram through this bill that would hurt workers & travelers. Why? His girlfriend is a top lobbyist for the leading airline trade group, which pushed hard for the bill! It’s time for Rep Shuster to resign as chair of the House Transportation…

Bill Shuster (left): research hydrologist with EPA

Bill Shuster (left): research hydrologist with EPA

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At the hearing, subcommittee Chairman Tom Petri (R-Wis.) and committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) voiced concern that the new rules, which would cut the number of hours a driver can work from 82 to 70 per week starting July 1, require them to take 34 consecutive hours off before "restarting" their work week, and take a 30 minute break before driving more than eight hours, would hurt business. Both Petri and Shuster signed the letter. (They've both received money from the ATA)

At the hearing, subcommittee Chairman Tom Petri (R-Wis.) and committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) voiced concern that the new rules, which would cut the number of hours a driver can work from 82 to 70 per week starting July 1, require them to take 34 consecutive hours off before "restarting" their work week, and take a 30 minute break before driving more than eight hours, would hurt business. Both Petri and Shuster signed the letter. (They've both received money from the ATA)

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