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Fri Mar 21 17:05:48 2014 UTClccn-n20031032000.90House contested election cases : 1933 to 2000 /0.931.00The Consumer Credit Protection Act : an overview of its major components /14150033n 20031032006032567lccn-n79061321Library of CongressCongressional Research Servicelccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHouselccn-n80051251United StatesFederal Communications Commissionlccn-nr99034741Cohen, Henry1949-lccn-no2007107174Flynn, Aaron, adam sVann, Adam, m maureenMurphy, M. Maureenlccn-n2006019511Goldfarb, Charles, grace ziaChu, Grace Zialccn-no2005102615Alito, Samuel A.1950-Welborn, AngieUnited StatesUnited States.--Federal Communications CommissionConsumer protectionIdentity theftConsumer credit--Law and legislationCredit bureaus--Law and legislationCheck fraudCredit card fraudFalse personationRemedies (Law)Obscenity (Law)Broadcasting--Law and legislationTelemarketing--Law and legislationConstitution (United States)Consumer protection--Law and legislationContested electionsEmployers' liabilityHealth insurance--Law and legislationGasoline--PricesHurricane Katrina (2005)Petroleum as fuel--PricesPetroleum industry and trade--Corrupt practicesEconomicsPrivacy, Right ofBankruptcyPress monopoliesTelevision--Law and legislationRadio--Law and legislationMass media--Law and legislationManaged care plans (Medical care)--Quality controlMedical care--Quality controlFreedom of religionCivil rights--Religious aspectsConfidential communications--BankingFair Credit Reporting Act (United States)Credit cards--ForgeriesBanking lawContracting outFinancial services industry--Law and legislationData protection--Law and legislationCredit--Law and legislationInformation services--Law and legislationInternet--Government policyBroadband communication systemsJudicial opinionsAlito, Samuel A.,Church and state--Law and legislationDiscrimination in employment--Law and legislationBroadcasting policyConsumer Credit Protection Act (United States)200020012003200420052006200720088072689342.73075JK110811412ocn057588849book20030.93Welborn, AngieRemedies available to victims of identity theftThis report provides an overview of the federal laws that could assist victims of identity theft with purging inaccurate information from their credit records and removing unauthorized changes from credit accounts, as well as federal laws that impost criminal penalties on those who assume another persons identity through the use of fraudulent identification documents. State laws and recent legislative proposals aimed at preventing identity theft and providing additional remedies are also discussed998ocn056115378book20030.95Welborn, AngieRegulation of the telemarketing industry state and national do not call registries942ocn052133090book20030.90Welborn, AngieHouse contested election cases : 1933 to 2000+-+4152885406726ocn056568904book20030.94Welborn, AngieFair Credit Reporting Act preemption of state law574ocn052296160book20010.95Welborn, AngieEmployer liability provisions in selected patient protection bills467ocn061226898book20040.93Welborn, AngieLegal challenge to the FCC's medic ownership rules an overview of Prometheus Radio v. FCC436ocn228424873book20060.95Welborn, AngieGasoline price increases federal and state authority to limit "price gouging"439ocn156994750book20040.93Welborn, AngieRegulation of broadcast indecency background and legal analysisTwo prominent television events in the past two years placed increased attention on the FCC and its indecency regulations. The airing of the 2003 Golden Globe Awards and the subsequent ruling by the FCC's Enforcement Bureau, coupled with the controversy surrounding the 2004 Super Bowl half-time show, brought broadcast indecency to the forefront of the congressional agenda during the 108th Congress. Several bills were introduced, but not enacted, in the 108th Congress to increase the penalties imposed for broadcast indecency and to prohibit the broadcast of certain words and phrases in any grammatical form. Similar legislation has been introduced in the 109th Congress. This report provides background on the two events in question, discusses the legal evolution of the FCC's indecency regulations, and provides an overview of how the current regulations have been applied and pending legislation. The final section of the report considers whether prohibiting the broadcast of "indecent" words regardless of context would violate the First Amendment353ocn057580652book20030.93Welborn, AngieBankruptcy reform in the 108th Congress332ocn052296512book20010.95Welborn, AngieFederal and state causes of action against health plans under S. 1052 and S. 889252ocn056497518book20030.95Welborn, AngieIdentity theft and the Fair Credit Reporting Act an analysis of TRW v. Andrews and current legislation254ocn062586290book20040.92Murphy, M. MaureenFinancial services industry outsourcing and enforcement of privacy laws213ocn071001257book20050.93Welborn, AngieImplementation of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions (FACT) Act of 2003192ocn076828200book20050.93Welborn, AngieInformation brokers federal and state laws192ocn076756097book20050.93Welborn, AngieDefining cable broadband internet access service background and analysis of the Supreme Court's Brand X decision182ocn122929471book20050.92Welborn, AngiePrice increases in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina authority to limit price gougingThis report addresses the authority of state and federal governments to control price gouging in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Specifically, questions have arisen regarding increased prices in the areas affected by Hurricane Katrina and the effect that the damage caused by the hurricane will have on prices, specifically gasoline prices, in other parts of the country. State laws regarding price gouging in the event of an emergency are discussed, as well as the role the federal government could play in addressing rising gas prices in other parts of the country162ocn233540041book20060.93Schuman, DanielReligious Freedom Restoration Act an overview of Gonzales v. O. Centro Espirita Beneficente Uniao do Vegetal162ocn181345047book20050.92Welborn, AngieThe law of church and state opinions of Judge Samuel Alito32ocn061226397book20050.92Welborn, AngieCharitable choice : legal and constitutional issuesSoon after taking office in 2001, President Bush put forward a charitable choice agenda intended to expand the ability of faith-based organizations to provide federally funded social services without impairing their religious character or the religious freedom of beneficiaries. However, prior to 2001, Congress began enacting charitable choice rules for various federally funded social programs, including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), the Community Service Block Grant (CSBG), and substance abuse prevention and treatment programs. When Congress did not enact legislation to apply the concepts behind charitable choice to more programs, the Bush Administration issued an Executive Order directing a wide range of social programs to follow the rubric of charitable choice. Despite the focus on charitable choice during the Bush Administration, perhaps the broadest example of charitable choice rules are those established by the 1996 welfare reform law (P.L. 104-193). Since its inception, charitable choice has been persistently controversial; and President Bush's faith-based initiative made the controversy highly visible. Much of the legal controversy has centered on the constitutionality of the federal government directly subsidizing faith-based social services programs and on whether subsidized religious organizations ought to be able to discriminate on religious grounds in their employment practices. This report provides analysis of a number of factual, civil rights, and constitutional questions that have been raised regarding charitable choice in general. The analysis is generally focused on those provisions enacted as part of the 1996 welfare reform law. More recent charitable choice rules may give rise to the same or similar concerns. Primarily, this report focuses on civil rights concerns that have arisen in the context of charitable choice and First Amendment issues, as well as recent legal developments related to charitable choice22ocn070897737book20011.00Welborn, AngieThe Consumer Credit Protection Act : an overview of its major components+-+4152885406+-+4152885406Fri Mar 21 15:22:24 EDT 2014batch14836