One such recent example is the proposed Iran Threat Reduction Act of 2011 (H.R. 1905).
The bill, H.R. 7, the No Taxpayer Funded Abortion Act, has 165 co-sponsors and no chance of becoming law.
H.R. Giger, best known for his work on movies like Alien and Poltergeist 2, died at the age of 74.
H.R. 83 is the kind of legislation known in Washington as a “CRomnibus.”
It was defeated, but the new bill, H.R. 3, goes far beyond it—NARAL calls it “Stupak on Steroids.”
Markup, Committee on Small Business, H.R.2751 — “Commonsense Construction Contracting Act of 2013”
In the book, I have an interesting turning-point conversation with historian H.R. Trevor-Roper.
Nothing worse than a headache, I hope, takes you to the H.R.?