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9/26/2006
Renzi Votes to Protect Religious Freedom

(WASHINGTON, D.C) - U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi today voted in favor of H.R. 2679, the Public Expression of Religion Act, legislation that will make it less likely for the American Civil Liberties Union and other like minded groups from threatening to file frivolous lawsuits against cities and towns for allegedly violating the Establishment Clause of the Constitution.  The Public Expression of Religion Act passed the House by a vote of 244-173. (full story... )

9/26/2006
Renzi Supports Legislation to Protect Minors

(WASHINGTON, D.C) - U.S. Rep. Rick Renzi (AZ-01) today joined his colleagues in passing S. 403, the Child Custody Protection Act, legislation that protects minors from being exploited or coerced into having an abortion.  The bill passed by a vote of 264-153. (full story... )

9/25/2006
House Passes Renzi Bill Seeking Payment for AZ Small Businesses

(WASHINGTON, D.C) - The U.S. House of Representatives today unanimously approved HR 3961, legislation sponsored by Congressman Rick Renzi (AZ-01) that directs the National Parks Service (NPS) to make payments to several Grand Canyon Subcontractors who were denied compensation after the general contractor hired by the NPS went out of business and defaulted on its invoices.  The legislation will compensate the subcontractors for up to $1.3 million, the total amount the general contractor failed to pay when it went out of business. (full story... )