uk Sep 17, 2006 US House Judiciary Committee dealt a blow this week to those seeking repeal of the Wright Amendment with the removal of language in the Wright Amendment Reform Act exempting it from antitrust challenges.
What does HJC stand for?
HJC stands for House Judiciary Committee
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- Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman-Isaacs (mathematics)
- Helljumpers.bungie.org (gaming website)
- Helen J. Bray Studios (photography; Holmfirth, Huddersfield, UK)
- Haines, Jones & Cadbury (Bentonville, AR)
- Haryana Janhit Congress (political party; India)
- Heidelberger Judo Club (martial arts; Germany)
- Hellenic Journal of Cardiology (est. 1957)
- Higher Judicial Council (Iraq)
- Hillcrest Jewish Center (Flushing, NY)
- Hillsborough Justice Campaign (UK)
- Hwa Chong Junior College (Singapore)
- Hollings Judicial Center Annex (Charleston, SC)
- Hawaii Job Corps Center (Waimanalo, HI)
- Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce (Honolulu, HI)
- Histiocytosis with Joint Contractures and Sensorineural Deafness
- Houston Jewish Community Foundation (Texas)
- Hebrew and Jewish Cultural Studies
- Humanistic Jewish Congregation of San Diego (California; est. 1985)
- Harvard Jolly Clees Toppe (architects)
- Handigodu Joint Disease
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But in the case of the House Judiciary Committee Report on the Marriage Protection Act, the repartee recorded in the report is both instructive and encouraging.
Honolulu, Hawaii A bill that would have legalized civil unions in the state died when it failed to move out of the house judiciary committee on February 20.
The House Judiciary Committee is expected to report out an anti-e-mail spam bill, according to a report in the National Journal's CongressDaily A.
Tom Bliley (R-VA) that would require companies to accept electronic signatures as they would handwritten ones has been approved by the House Commerce Committee and the House Judiciary Committee.