4closureFraud Action Alert – It’s Back! H.R. 3808 Interstate Recognition of Notarization Act of 2010
First a recap...
You all remember the bill that was going to legalize the frauds right?
Action Alert – Please tell President Obama NOT to sign the Interstate Recognition of Notarizations Act
On Monday, September 27, 2010, U.S. Senator Bob Casey
(D-PA), on the Senate floor, asked that the Judiciary Committee be
discharged from further consideration of a bill that would hurt
consumers. H.R. 3808 requires federal and state courts to recognize
notarized documents from other states, including ones that contain
electronic notarizations that are not subject to … Read more
Help me out here everyone ~ TOO IMPORTANT NOT TO QUESTION
~ I SAY WE CALL FOR A FULL VETO ON THIS BILL ~ I MUST ADMIT I DIDN’T
PAY ATTENTION IN THIS CLASS. Hearing some rumors and I need some type of
confirmation… Email from reader… The word is out that Pres. Obama’s
pocket … Read more
Well, it looks like it might be back and up for a vote tomorrow...
Start from bottom up at the 2:13 mark…
2:15 P.M. -
ONE MINUTE SPEECHES – The House proceeded with one minute speeches.
to require any Federal or State court to recognize any notarization made
by a notary public licensed by a State other than the State where the
court is located when such notarization occurs in or affects interstate
2:14 P.M. -
VETO MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT – The Chair laid before the House the
veto message from the President on H.R. 3808. The objections of the
President were spread at large upon the Journal, and the veto message
was ordered to be printed as a House Document No. 111-152. Pursuant to
the order of the House of earlier today, further consideration of the
veto message and the bill are postponed until the legislative day of
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010, and that on that legislative day, the House
shall proceed to the constitutional question of reconsideration and
dispose of such question without intervening motion.
2:13 P.M. -
The House received a message from the Clerk. Pursuant to the permission
granted in Clause 2(h) of Rule II of the Rules of the U.S. House of
Representatives, the Clerk transmitted H.R. 3808, the “Interstate
Recognition of Notarization Act of 2010,” and a Memorandum of
Disapproval thereon received from the White House on October 8, 2010, at
Mr. Scott (VA) asked unanimous consent
That, when the House adjourns on Monday, November 15, 2010, it adjourn
to meet at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 16, 2010, for Morning-Hour
Debate. Agreed to without objection.
Mr. Scott (VA) asked unanimous consent
That, when a veto message on H.R. 3808 is laid before the House on the
legislative day of today, then after the message is read and the
objections of the President are spread at large upon the Journal,
further consideration of the veto message and the bill shall be
postponed until the legislative day of Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010; and
that on that legislative day, the House shall proceed to the
constitutional question of reconsideration and dispose of such question
without intervening motion. Agreed to without objection.
Looks like it is time for another crash course on how this works…
Veto Override Procedure in the House and Senate
A bill or joint resolution that has been
vetoed by the President can become law if two-thirds of the Members
voting in the House and the Senate each agree to pass it over the
President’s objection. The chambers act sequentially on vetoed
measures; the House acts first on House-originated measures (H.R. and
H.J. Res.) and the Senate acts first on Senate-originated measures (S.
and S.J. Res.). If the first-acting chamber fails to override the veto,
the measure dies and the other chamber does not consider it. The House
typically considers the question of overriding a presidential veto
under the hour rule, with time customarily controlled and allocated by
the chair and ranking member of the committee with jurisdiction over
the bill. The Senate usually considers the question of overriding a
veto under the terms of a unanimous consent agreement.
Voting in the House
To override a veto, two-thirds of the
Members voting, a quorum being present, must agree to repass the bill
over the President’s objections. The Constitution requires that the
vote be by the “yeas and nays,” which in the modern House means that
Members’ votes will be recorded through the electronic voting system.
The vote on the veto override is final because, in contrast to votes on
most other questions in the House, a motion to reconsider the vote on
the question of overriding a veto is not in order.
Full rules can be read at the bottom of this link here...
I JUST CONFIRMED WITH THE BILL'S SPONSOR'S STAFF IN WASHINGTON DC AND THERE WILL BE A VOTE TO OVERRIDE OR UPHOLD THE PRESIDENTS VETO WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17, 2010.
SO GET ON THE PHONES AND CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVES NOW AND TELL THEM TO UPHOLD THE PRESIDENTS VETO!
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