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Author: Laurie E. Ekstrand
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: officers, pay, legislation, proposed, service, effects, customs
Number of Pages: 62
Published: 2001-06
ISBN-10: 0756713781
ISBN-13: 9780756713782

Reviews the effects of proposed legislation on U.S. Customs Service officers' pay. Focuses on the provisions in H.R. 1833, introduced in the 106th Congress, that would affect Customs officers' night differential pay. The objectives of this report were to (1) compare current law to proposed legislative changes in H.R. 1833 dealing with Customs officers' pay, (2) determine the extent to which Customs officers' pay would increase or decrease if proposed changes were enacted, and (3) obtain Customs and the National Treasury Employees Union's views on the proposed changes.
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Author: Brian Zaidman
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: system, minnesota, compensation, workers, premium, fraud, reducing
Number of Pages: 86
Published: 1993-06
ISBN-10: 0788105728
ISBN-13: 9780788105722

Includes: current situation in Minnesota, a proposed administrative system, proposed statutory language, etc. Appendices contain: proposed rules, questionnaires, notices & forms, & more. Brief section on national efforts to combat fraud.
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Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: schedule, tariff, harmonized, modifications, proposed
Number of Pages: 132
Published: 1995-11
ISBN-10: 0788125818
ISBN-13: 9780788125812

Modifications included: amendments proposed by the Customs Co-operation Council (CCC) but not accepted by the contracting parties to the Harmonized System (HS) Convention; snow board boots; still-image video cameras; power supplies for ADP machines; and cordless handset telephones. Also, probable economic effects of proposed modifications. Appendices: explanation of changes; written submissions form the private sector, and more.
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Author: Barry Leonard
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: task, defense, missile, air, force, environ, eis, state, impact, army, berthing, relocating, relocation, military, cnmi, marines, okinawa, carrier, aircraft, visiting, guam
Number of Pages: 66
Published: 2011-04
ISBN-10: 1437940048
ISBN-13: 9781437940046

A portion of U.S. Marine Corps forces currently located in Okinawa, Japan would be relocated to Guam. This relocation is proposed to occur during the same time-frame as a proposed wharf construction in Guam¿s Apra Harbor. A U.S. Army Air and Missile Defense Task Force is also proposed for Guam. For the purposes of this EIS, these three proposed actions are referred to as the Guam and the Common. of the N. Mariana Islands (CNMI) military relocation. This EIS will inform decisions based on an understanding of the environmental consequences of the proposed Guam and the CNMI military relocation a
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Author: Christopher M. Blanchard
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: nuclear, proposed, cooperation, program, united, emirates, arab
Number of Pages: 21
Published: 2010-02
ISBN-10: 1437924425
ISBN-13: 9781437924428

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has embarked on a program to build civilian nuclear power plants and is seeking cooperation and technical assistance from the U.S. and others. Contents of this report: (1) The UAE: Background and U.S Relations; (2) The UAE Nuclear Program: Rationale; Development Plans; Current Infrastructure and Regulatory Regime; (3) Proposed U.S.-UAE Cooperation; Memorandum of Understanding; Proposed Bilateral Agreement; Nuclear Cooperation Agreement, Approval Process, and Proposed Changes; (4) Issues for Congress: Congressional Concerns; Export Control Concerns; Non-Proliferat
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Author: Mark L. Goldstein
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: recording, broadcast, radio, industries, rights, performance, observations, potential, effects, proposed, preliminary
Number of Pages: 23
Published: 2010-11
ISBN-10: 1437936393
ISBN-13: 9781437936391

Congress is considering legislation that would expand copyright protection for sound recordings. In particular, the proposed Performance Rights Act would eliminate an exemption that currently allows analog, non-subscription AM and FM radio to broadcast a sound recording without acquiring permission from and paying a royalty to the copyright holder, performers, and musicians. This report reviewed: (1) the current economic challenges facing the recording and broadcast radio industries; (2) the benefits both industries receive from their current relationship; (3) the potential effects of the prop
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: republic, proposed, united, states, agreement, transmitting, president, coop, text, communication, hungary, government, czech, poland, spain
Number of Pages: 40
Published:
ISBN-10: 1428917446
ISBN-13: 9781428917446
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