H.AMDT.180 to H.R.626

Amendment clarifies that federal employees (including those in the executive branch, legislative branch, Library of Congress, and GAO) who are called into active duty as members of the National Guard or Reserves will be allowed to count the time of that service towards their total time of employment, for purposes of receiving benefits created in the underlying bill.

H.AMDT.180(A003)
Amends: H.R.626
Sponsor: Rep Bright, Bobby [AL-2](offered 6/4/2009)

AMENDMENT DESCRIPTION:
Amendment clarifies that federal employees (including those in the executive branch, legislative branch, Library of Congress, and GAO) who are called into active duty as members of the National Guard or Reserves will be allowed to count the time of that service towards their total time of employment, for purposes of receiving benefits created in the underlying bill.

AMENDMENT PURPOSE:
An amendment numbered 3 printed in House Report 111-133 to clarify that federal employees (including those in the executive branch, legislative branch, Library of Congress, and GAO) who are called into active duty as members of the National Guard or Reserves will be allowed to count the time of that service towards their total time of employment, for purposes of receiving benefits created in the underlying bill.

STATUS:

    6/4/2009 7:05pm:
    Amendment (A003) offered by Mr. Bright. (consideration: CR H6236-6237; text: CR H6236)
    6/4/2009 7:08pm:
    On agreeing to the Bright amendment (A003) Agreed to by voice vote.

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