|Full Name:||James 'Jim' Davis|
|Family:||Wife: Peggy Bessent; 2 Children: Peter, William|
|Birth Place:||Tampa, FL|
|Home City:||Tampa, FL|
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July 26, 2006 - Permits the trade of nuclear items and materials between the U.S. and India, a country currently not part of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation ...
June 29, 2006 - Bans offshore drilling within 50 miles of states, unless states petition the Interior Department to allow it (Sec. 8). Opens offshore drilling ...
May 18, 2006
Dec. 8, 2006 - RELATING TO CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 6111, TAX RELIEF AND HEALTH CARE ACT OF 2006 -- (House of Representatives - December 08, 2006) BREAK IN TRANSCRIPT ...
Oct. 3, 2006 - Davis Unveils Plan for $1 Billion Property Tax Cut Democratic nominee for governor Jim Davis today unveiled his "Contract with Florida Taxpayers," promising to reduce ...
Sept. 29, 2006 - Congressman Jim Davis Calls for Vote to Repeal Medicare Premium Increases Today, Congressman Jim Davis joined his Democratic colleagues in petitioning for a vote on ...
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James Davis REPEATEDLY REFUSED TO PROVIDE ANY RESPONSES TO CITIZENS ON ISSUES THROUGH THE 2006 NATIONAL POLITICAL AWARENESS TEST WHEN ASKED TO DO SO BY Key national leaders of both major parties including: John McCain, Republican Senator Geraldine Ferraro, Former Democratic Congresswoman Michael Dukakis, Former Democratic Governor Bill Frenzel, Former Republican Congressman Richard Kimball, Project Vote Smart President Over 100 news organizations throughout the nation also urged their candidates to supply their issue positions through the National Political Awareness Test.
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