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Q: Endorsing a senate bill ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Endorsing a senate bill
Category: Business and Money > Economics
Asked by: billfan69-ga
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Posted: 25 Sep 2006 23:35 PDT
Expires: 25 Oct 2006 23:35 PDT
Question ID: 768461
Do organizations who endorse a senate bill always contribute money to
it, or is this not required/ common?
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Subject: Re: Endorsing a senate bill
From: efn-ga on 27 Sep 2006 21:48 PDT
A bill can't receive money.  Perhaps you could explain your question in more detail.
Subject: Re: Endorsing a senate bill
From: billfan69-ga on 09 Oct 2006 12:46 PDT
For example, when there's a proposition for a new bill, organizations
often will support or fight the proposition. If they support it, they
contibute money towards the cause of the bill. I was wondering if
those who announce "support" of a particular bill are required to
contribute money towards pushing that to pass, or often contribute, or
rarely contribute (they just say they're in support of it).

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