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Mothers Day, Army Infantry and Disabled Veterans Coin Legislation
By CoinNews.net

The U.S. House of Representatives was a busy chamber Tuesday with members passing major coin legislation. There are more than a dozen bills under consideration this year. Two were given a thumbs up by House and moved to the Senate for consideration while a third bill passed the Senate and will soon await Presidential signing.

Here is a quick summary review to include links to the full text of each legislation, recorded votes and more:

Motherís Day Silver Dollar Coin - Passes House
Bill Name: Motherís Day Centennial Commemorative Coin Act
Bill#: H.R. 2268
Introduced: 5/10/2007
Last Action: 6/10/2008: Passed the House by voice vote, and forward to the Senate.

Summary of Bill: H.R. 2268 would create a silver dollar commemorative coin in 2014 honoring the 100th anniversary of Motherís Day.

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Army Infantry Silver Dollar Coin - Passes House
Bill Name: National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center Commemorative Coin Act
Bill#: H.R. 3229
Introduced: 7/30/2007

Last Action: 6/10/2008: Passed the House by voice vote, and forward to the Senate.

Summary of Bill: H.R. 3229 would create a $1 silver commemorative coin in 2012 honoring the U.S. Army Infantry, the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center.

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Disabled Veterans Silver Dollar Coin - Passes House and Senate
Bill Name: American Veterans Disabled for Life Commemorative Coin Act
Bill#: H.R. 634
Introduced: 1/23/2007
Last Action: 5/15/2008: H.R. 634 was passed in the House by 416 yeas (16 not voting).

6/10/2008: The bill passed the Senate by Unanimous Consent. A record of each representativeís vote was not kept.

Summary of Bill: The bill would create a commemorative silver dollar coin in 2010 honoring disabled vets.



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