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August 10, 2010

Contact: Jason Llorenz
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NHCSL ADOPTS FOUR RESOLUTIONS AT ITS SUMMER MEETING
Issues resolutions on access to capital, community nutrition, access to capital, retransmission consent

Washington, DC -- The President of the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators (NHCSL), Illinois State Senator Iris Y. Martinez, today announced the NHCSL Executive Committee adopted four resolutions at its summer, 2010 meeting. These resolutions have been adopted by the NHCSL Executive Committee and shall appear in front of the body at the November Summit for ratification.

The resolutions, which were adopted at the NHCSL Executive Committee Meeting on July 17, 2010, in Louisville, Kentucky, are as follows:

Resolution 2010-05: To support the passage of H.R. 3100, the Food Desert Oasis Act of 2009 and other action to address the nation’s food deserts

Resolution 2010-06: IN SUPPORT OF INCREASING ACCESS TO CAPITAL TO MINORITY-AND WOMEN-OWNED FIRMS AND GROWING THE US ECONOMY

Resolution 2010-07: IN SUPPORT OF PUERTO RICO’S “ACT FOR THE PREVENTION OF BACTERIAL MENINGITIS”

Resolution 2010-08: Calling on the Federal Communications Commission to reform its rules governing retransmission consent to ensure those rules protect consumers.

The Resolutions can be found in their entirety at www.nhcsl.org. 

 

Resolutions

To support the passage of H.R. 3100, the Food Desert Oasis Act of 2009 and other action to address the nation’s food deserts

In Support Of Increasing Access To Capital To Minority-And Women-Owned Firms And Growing The Us Economy

In Support Of Puerto Rico’s “Act For The Prevention Of Bacterial Meningitis”

Calling on the Federal Communications Commission to Reform its Rules Governing Retransmission Consent Ensure Those Rules Protect Consumers

 

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