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    ALERT:

    H.R. 1982 – Two New Co-Sponsor: Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart [R-FL25] and Congressman Jared Huffman [D-CA2] have signed on to cosponsor H.R. 1982 – Restoring Main Street Investor Protection and Confidence Act.

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    ALERT:

    H.R. 1982 New CoSponsor
    Congressman Christopher “Chris” Smith [R-NJ4] has signed on to support H.R. 1982!
    If you reside in Congressman Smith’s district, please take a moment and send a Thank You letter by clicking here.

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    ALERT

    H.R. 1982 New CoSponsor
    Congressman Cedric Richmond [D-LA2] has signed on to support H.R. 1982!
    If you reside in Congressman Richmond’s district, please take a moment and send a Thank You letter by clicking here.

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    ALERT H.R. 1982 New Cosponsor

    – Congresswoman Kay Granger [R-TX12] has signed on to support H.R. 1982!

    If you reside in Congresswoman Granger’s district, please take a moment and send a Thank You letter by clicking here.

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    LEGISLATIVE ALERT – SIPC LEGISLATION REINTRODUCED TO HELP MADOFF, STANFORD, AND MCGINN SMITH INVESTORS

    HR 1982 – RESTORING INVESTOR PROTECTION & CONFIDENCE ACT OF 2015
    INTRODUCED BY CONG GARRETT & MALONEY WITH OVER 40 ORIGINAL CO-SPONSORS

    After months of anticipation, Capital Markets Subcommittee Chairman Garrett and Congresswoman Maloney announced the reintroduction of the long-awaited SIPC legislation that promises SIPC protection for all investor customers of broker-dealers, and relief for thousands of innocent Madoff and Stanford victims. The legislation is precisely the same as what was introduced in the 113th Congress, and retains the original name: The Restoring Main Street Investor Protection and Confidence Act

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