The bill will likely face a filibuster.
Bless your eyes, here’s old Bill Barley.
No, this bill only gives them one month.
Bill wants to take a trip but Bill doesn’t want to contract corona.
Opponents argued that the bill was not tough enough.
The Senate overwhelmingly approved the bill last month.
After the bill was signed, House lawmakers voted on a separate bill to bump the $600 stimulus checks up to $2,000.
It follows the failure two years ago of a previous bill, dubbed the “snoopers’ charter”, and the hurried passage of a stopgap bill that expires this summer.
Len arranges to see the room he stayed in and even surprises Bill by showing him the journal a 15-year-old Bill wrote in when he was down all those years ago.
The environment bill will join the updated agriculture bill and fisheries bill in forming a new legal framework for environmental protections post-Brexit.
If a minister doesn't talk out a bill, a hard core of obstructionist MPs often do it, talking nonsensically for lengthy periods until the time allocated for the bill is over."
"This is not just a cultural bill, but a small business bill and a jobs creation bill—all of those things in one," Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, who co-sponsored the bill, said on Thursday.
The national consumer credit protection bill 2009 (credit bill) and the national consumer credit protection (fees) bill 2009 (fees bill) collectively made up the consumer credit protection reform package.
There will be a brief Third Reading rubber stamping of the heavily amended Trade Bill, and then peers turn to the second readings of two modest mini-bills - the Non-Domestic Rating (Lists) (No. 2) Bill and the Non-Domestic Rating (Public Lavatories) Bill.
While the Senate bill would have continued a restriction on using federal funds to inspect slaughterhouses for horses, it is the House bill, HR 3268, that has been rolled into an omnibus appropriations bill, HR 3354, which is now being considered by the Senate.
That is followed by the Trade Agreements (Exclusion of National Health Services) Bill from the SNP's Peter Grant, the Prime Minister (Temporary Replacement) Bill from the Conservative Peter Bone, and the National Health Service Expenditure Bill from Lib Dem MP Jamie Stone.
That is followed by brief Third Reading debates on the Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill and the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill, before peers turn to the detail of the (relatively uncontroversial) Air Traffic Management and Unmanned Aircraft Bill.
Nonetheless it seems highly intuitive that Sally is thinking about Bill and not Bill* (and Sally* is thinking about Bill* and not Bill); after all, it is Bill and not Bill* that she is standing in front of and who is the obvious source of her judgment.
The truth is, every major crime bill since 1976 that’s come out of this Congress, every minor crime bill, has had the name of the Democratic senator from the state of Delaware, Joe Biden, on that bill, and has had a majority vote of the Democratic members of the United States Senate on the bill.
The stories are legion: Bill Murray singing with the awe-struck patrons of a New York karaoke bar; Bill Murray appearing out of nowhere to join a kickball game; Bill Murray reading poetry to construction workers; Bill Murray entertaining a group of villagers in deepest Bali, who had no idea who he was, with an impromptu pantomime comedy performance; Bill Murray foregoing an agent and publicist in favor of an 800 number and a seldom-checked answering machine.
- demand payment
- a statute in draft before it becomes law
Example: they held a public hearing on the bill
- advertise especially by posters or placards
Example: He was billed as the greatest tenor since Caruso
- an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered
Example: he paid his bill and left
- publicize or announce by placards
- a piece of paper money (especially one issued by a central bank)
- the entertainment offered at a public presentation
- an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution
- a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement
- a list of particulars (as a playbill or bill of fare)
- a cutting tool with a sharp edge
Example: he used a bill to prune branches off of the tree
- a brim that projects to the front to shade the eyes
Example: he pulled down the bill of his cap and trudged ahead
- horny projecting mouth of a bird
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The stories are legion Bill Murray singing with the awe-struck patrons of a New York karaoke bar Bill Murray appearing out of nowhere to join a kickball game Bill Murray reading poetry to construction workers Bill Murray entertaining a group of villagers in deepest Bali who had no idea who he was with an impromptu pantomime comedy performance Bill Murray foregoing an agent and publicist in favor of an 800 number and a seldom-checked answering machine