The Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committees held hearings earlier this year on legislation to correct perceived problems and shortfalls in the operation of certain tax-exempt organizations.
What does HWM stand for?
HWM stands for House Ways and Means Committee (US Congress)
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- Healthy Working Lives Research Group (University of Glascow, Scotland, UK)
- Hostile Weapons Location System
- HighWire Library of the Sciences and Medicine
- Hazardous Waste Land Treatment
- Hardware Maintenance
- Hazardous Waste Management
- Heavy Water Moderated (nuclear reactor system)
- High Water Mark
- High Wet Modulus
- Hot Water Music (band)
- Hazardous Waste Management Act
- Humboldt Waste Management Authority (Eureka, CA)
- Hazardous Waste Management Advisory Committee
- Hazardous Waste Management Advisory Council (Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality; Oklahoma City, OK)
- Hazardous Waste Management Board (US Army)
- Hancock War Memorial Branch Library (Hancock, MD)
- He Who Must Be Obeyed
- Hardware Motion Compensation (video cards)
- Helmut Wüst Mechanical Components
- High Wycombe Music Centre (UK)
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On March 25, 2003, the TEC (chaired by Bob Zarzar), submitted a letter to the House Ways and Means Committee in response to its March 12, 2003 request for comments on taxpayer rights proposals.
Before this report is issued, however, the ITC must work with the House Ways and Means Committee as well as the respective parties requesting the Section 332 investigation to ensure the proper focus for the study.
Another key difference is that while Senator Roth's Medicare package was expected to address larger Medicare reforms, Representative Thomas planned to limit his bill to BBA corrections, according to Greg Crist, a spokesman for the House Ways and Means Committee.
844, introduced in February by House Ways and Means Committee member E.
The House Ways and Means Committee heard testimony on eliminating the so-called marriage penalty.