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 Bill Daily - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bill Daily is an American comedian and comic actor, and a veteran of many television sitcoms, born in Des Moines, Iowa, August 30, 1927.
Daily recently recalled for PBS how one day, preparing for a Chicago-area Emmy Award telecast, he asked a young local comedian to come up with a routine about press agents.
Daily would also occasionally serve as a panelist on the 1970s CBS reincarnation of The Match Game; after Richard Dawson's departure, Daily was a regular in the lower tier middle seat for the last three-plus years of the show's CBS and syndicated run.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bill_Daily   (848 words)

 The Biography of Bill Daily
Bill Daily, the man we typically remember as thoughtless Roger, from "I Dream of Jeannie" led a career of humorous roles, and still continues to pop up in a current sitcom every now and then today.
Bill was born on August 30, 1928 in Des Moines, Iowa.
Bill's role as Howard Borden continued for the next 6 years, but on April 1, 1978 that role as Howard Borden also came to an end.
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 Macomb Daily : Sports : Bill would make 'partial-birth' abortions a felony for doctors 06/28/04
The bill follows on the heels of a partial-birth abortion ban approved by the Legislature earlier this month triggered by a petition drive.
Opponents of the passed bill say the new law could be interpreted as a ban on all abortions and does not allow sufficient exceptions for a mother's health.
The bill, if it becomes law, would become part of the state's penal code and would require police officers and prosecutors to, respectively, investigate and prosecute complaints of partial-birth abortions being performed.
www.macombdaily.com /stories/062804/loc_abortion001.shtml   (804 words)

 Daily Home - Bill to delay filling of third judgeship goes to governor
TALLADEGA COUNTY — A bill that would delay the filling of a third circuit judgeship in the county until 2009 passed the state House of Representatives Thursday, and will become law after being signed by the governor.
Preuitt’s bill says the position will be filled by election in 2010, but under the law, unless the governor makes his selection almost immediately, an election would not be held until 2012.
Although the bill passed the Senate without any no votes, and only three representatives voted against it versus 79 who voted in favor, the bill was controversial in Talladega County.
www.dailyhome.com /news/2006/dh-talladegacounty-0407-cnorwood-6d06v3959.htm   (638 words)

 Yale Daily News - Bill reducing federal aid to Ivies stalled   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
While a House bill with a provision that could reduce federal aid to some Ivy League schools has stalled for the year, Congressional aides and Yale officials said they expect a renewed debate over the measure next year.
"Their bill hasn't moved forward because it is a bad deal for students," said California Rep. George Miller, the senior Democrat on the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, through a spokesman.
But Jacob said he was not surprised the bill did not move through Congress, noting that he thought it was a "placeholder" for issues that will reemerge after elections next November.
www.yaledailynews.com /article.asp?AID=26221   (1099 words)

 Daily Home - Bill to ban houseboats 'dead in water'
In response to strong opposition to a proposed Senate bill that would ban large houseboats on nine Alabama lakes, a substitute bill is being drafted.
The original bill, which was passed by a Senate committee, came under fire from houseboat owners across the state, including houseboat and marina owners along Logan Martin Lake.
Stocks said he went to Montgomery Tuesday and was assured by the local delegation that the original bill was dead in the water.
www.dailyhome.com /news/2006/dh-localnews-0316-datchison-6c15v1904.htm   (629 words)

 The Daily Colonial - Bill aims to curb college abortions
The bill, introduced on Nov. 9, would provide $10 million for 200 grants to encourage universities nationwide to establish an office to financially aid pregnant and parenting students.
The bill seems to have good intentions but is incomplete without a stipulation that ensures any choice a woman makes would be supported, Odell said.
The Daily Colonial is a registered student organization at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. The views expressed in this publication are those of the student group, and not necessarily those of the university's administration.
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 Bio for Bill Daily on MSN Movies
From the late '60s through the mid-'70s, first on I Dream of Jeannie and later on The Bob Newhart Show, Bill Daily was one of the most visible comic acting talents in television, despite the fact that he'd always intended on a career in music.
During the early and mid-'60s, Daily moved into acting roles on programs like Bewitched -- on which he debuted in a straight dramatic role, in a Christmas episode in which he was highly effective -- and was given a small role in the pilot of I Dream of Jeannie.
Daily has only ever appeared in two feature films, both of them comedies -- the made-for-television In Name Only in 1969, as a carefree bachelor (clearly modeled after one aspect of his character on I Dream of Jeannie) and in Disney's release of The Barefoot Executive in 1971.
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 The Daily Texan - Bill would tighten passion defense use
Under a proposed Texas Senate bill, people convicted of murder may no longer be able to claim that extreme emotional states drove them to commit a crime.
In the penalty phase of a court case, a defendant currently may attempt to prove the murder was an act of sudden passion which, in turn, could persuade a jury to reduce the crime from a first-degree to a second-degree felony.
Also presented to the committee was a bill proposed by Sen. Gonzalo Barrientos, D-Austin, that would create a safety zone prohibiting convicted sexual predators from coming within 1000 feet of an area where children are known to gather, such as elementary schools or day care facilities.
www.dailytexanonline.com /home/index.cfm?event=displayArticlePrinterFriendly&uStory_id=72fc16e0-5876-459b-bf4f-ed9426634abf   (520 words)

 Cañon City Daily Record - Bill could prevent exploitation of immigrant workers, sponsor says   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
House Bill 1342 could discourage employers from hiring and exploiting illegal immigrants, in particular, while benefiting other workers as well, said Democratic Rep. Mike Cerbo, the bill’s sponsor.
However, Cerbo’s bill drew fire Tuesday from Colorado Springs Republican Rep. David Schultheis, one of the Legislature’s more outspoken advocates of having the state respond to illegal immigration.
“This bill has the potential to create a dangerous loophole that would allow illegal aliens working in Colorado and evading our laws to be guaranteed the same wages as legal residents,” said Schultheis, who saw three of his own proposed immigration measures die in another House committee last month.
www.canoncitydailyrecord.com /Top-Story.asp?ID=3026   (512 words)

 House rejects spending bill
The bill was rejected 224 to 209, with 22 Republicans and all Democrats voting against the measure.
The bill's failure came as a shock to many on Capitol Hill, given the Republican Party's reputation for unifying its rank and file in support of legislation supported by party leadership.
Had the bill passed, and federal funding were frozen at 2005 levels, some higher education aid programs would likely have been cut because of inflation.
www.dailybruin.ucla.edu /news/articles.asp?id=35072   (800 words)

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View the full text of bills that were introduced the previous day, along with the House and Senate Calendars and Journals.
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 Brown Daily Herald - Bill promotes publicly financed elections
A proposal for the bill - drafted by the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law and reworked to fit the language of Rhode Island law by West and Common Cause - received sponsorship from Perry and Ajello as a result of the combined efforts of Chen and Democracy Matters.
If the Clean Elections bill was passed, a politician's decision to forgo public financing in favor of private funds might garner a negative reception from the public, West said.
Ajello says her support for the bill is based on a "larger responsibility to look out for the good of the state and not to maintain my position in the legislature.
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 clinton cabinet wealth   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
If Bill Clinton were to walk into a room full of his chief economic...
Bill Clinton was the best president the Good Ol' US of A has seen in a long time.
He is the man. Bill Clinton presided over a healthy economy, a solidification of domestic civil liberties, and peaceful geopolitics.
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 Daily Trojan - Bill aims to give money to colleges
The bill projects to generate $2 billion by developing mismanaged real estate over the next 10 years.
Supporters of the bill will also request environmental impact reports to insure the protection of the state's environment during the real estate development.
As enumerated in the bill, the California Hope Endowment would be funded by the development of state-owned, mismanaged real estate that does not currently generate any financial return.
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 Daily Pundit Archives
If the complaint is specifically that Bill provided a link to a beheading, he should get on the blower and explain to them that his purpose is not to provide pornographic thrills, but to speak powerfully about the evil we are up against.
Bill's apparently supposed to hang his head in shame and find it himself (naughty boy).
Bill did not claim that he was being subjected to control "through threat of fines, [or] incarceration" by the government.
www.dailypundit.com /archives/015328.php   (14897 words)

 What happened to the Armenian bill? - Turkish Daily News Jun 09, 2006
The bill, coming before the 2007 presidential elections, was not expected to encounter too much opposition.
Soon after this bill was submitted to the French Parliament, similar initiatives appeared in Belgium and Holland.
The bill is shelved for now, but if we think this is the end of it, we're very very mistaken.
www.turkishdailynews.com.tr /article.php?enewsid=45692   (848 words)

 Yale Daily News - Bill to restrict aliens' licenses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
While the bill was introduced as an initiative to strengthen homeland security, both Yale and GESO officials expressed concern that it would pose an unnecessary burden on international students at the University.
Supporters of the bill, however, said they expected the measure to have little impact on international visitors who are in the country legally.
The bill also has the support of Gov. John G. Rowland's administration and the Republican leadership of both houses of the General Assembly.
www.yaledailynews.com /article.asp?AID=25656   (724 words)

 The Daily Texan - Bill defends medical marijuana
Coauthored by Rep. Elliott Naishtat, D-Austin, and Rep. Terry Keel, R-Austin, the bill would create an affirmative defense to prosecution of patients who are being treated by a licensed physician, and who use marijuana to ameliorate the effects of a "bona fide" medical condition.
Naishtat said there is evidence that marijuana is beneficial to people suffering from "the chronic and debilitating pain" associated with cancer, AIDS and multiple sclerosis, as well as alleviating nausea associated with chemotherapy, eye pressure from glaucoma and muscle spasms from neurological disorders.
"Under my bill, a patient would have to prove in court that he or she was suffering from a bona fide medical condition, and that a physician had discussed or recommended marijuana as an option to alleviate the symptoms of the medical condition," he said.
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 Renewal of Education bill passes - News
The comprehensive bill encompassing financial aid measures such as Pell Grants and the TRIO program was passed largely along party lines by a vote of 221 to 199.
Republican backers of the bill said it would make college more accessible to lower-income students and touted an increase in the maximum Pell Grant to $6,000 which can now be applied throughout a year.
The bill also includes an academic bill of rights which is intended to guarantee students the right to a variety of viewpoints in the classroom and to receive grades on academic merit.
www.dailyvidette.com /news/2006/04/03/News/Renewal.Of.Education.Bill.Passes-1776254.shtml   (402 words)

 The Daily Targum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
On Monday, during the last hours of his administration, former Gov. James E. McGreevey signed a bill that, in effect, was a birthday present from one son to his father as it named the southbound U.S. Highway Route 1 Bridge after his father who designed it, Donald Goodkind.
Donald said he was kept in the dark about the bill until Monday night, when a reporter called him for comments involving the naming of the bridge.
Besides naming the bridge, the bill also allotted $2,500 from the state to the Department of Transportation to pay for the necessary signs permanently etching Donald Goodkind's name into the bridge's façade.
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 The Daily Targum - Bill may protect Commandments
William Stewart, former chairman of the UA political science department, said the bill could be an election-year tactic to convince voters of Republicans' dedication to religion.
Stewart said he was unsure if the bill had gathered enough support in Congress, since election years often encourage different behavior among politicians who seek re-election.
Congress can pass Aderholt's bill, but a challenge could be heard in the Supreme Court, and its decision is final, he said.
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 Beloit Daily News
Assembly Bill 461 passed the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday by a vote of 4-1.
Senate Bill 167 was proposed in South Dakota this year, which similarly would have involved the Legislature in gambling compacts with tribes.
“It is surprising and also unfortunate that a bill that met such overwhelming opposition at its public hearings continues to progress through the Legislature,” said Sen. Judy Robson, D-Beloit, who has denounced the measure in the past and has said she would vote against it.
www.beloitdailynews.com /articles/2006/04/29/news/042906news01.txt   (853 words)

 Congress may act on Internet piracy bill | TG Daily   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The entertainment industry is pushing Congress to approve a bill that could send thousands of Internet music and movie downloaders to jail, but the legislation faces opposition from groups that say it would unfairly punish consumers.
The package combines eight bills that the entertainment industry supports as part of a large-scale effort to crack down on the rampant spread of piracy on the Internet.
The bill also would criminalize using a video recorder to copy films while they are still in the theater, and allow the Justice Department to file civil lawsuits against song-swappers.
www.tgdaily.com /2004/11/16/congress_may_act_on_internet_piracy_bill/index.html   (161 words)

 Turkey holds out hope ahead of debate on French bill - Turkish Daily News May 18, 2006
Lawmakers opposing the bill say politicians should avoid making judgments about historical events and note that the bill is likely to harm relations with Turkey.
The fate of the bill is largely dependent on whether UMP deputies will largely attend the parliamentary debate today, given that a significant part of the party lawmakers oppose it.
French Parliament may also hold a vote on whether to have a vote on the bill, since the bill was rejected in a parliamentary commission last week.
www.turkishdailynews.com.tr /article.php?enewsid=43732   (716 words)

 Macomb Daily : Emergency bill allows review of Schiavo case 03/21/05
The House passed the bill on a 203-58 vote after calling lawmakers back for an emergency Sunday session for debate that stretched past midnight.
Frist also noted that the bill, responding to some Democratic objections, does not affect state assisted suicide laws or serve as a precedent for future legislation.
A Senate bill passed by the House is returned to the Senate enrollment clerk's office where it is printed on parchment and, when speed is important, driven immediately to the White House by Senate personnel.
www.macombdaily.com /stories/032105/sta_schiavo001.shtml   (1030 words)

 The Daily Reckoning - From the Bestselling Authors of Empire of Debt
The daily dose of sanity is a lifeline in a [society]
Since 1999, New York Times best-selling authors, Bill Bonner and Addison Wiggin – along with a staff of experienced investors, writers and editors – have been crafting an “intelligently written” and often humorous guide through the financial world – suitable for both the avid investor and those just starting their financial journey.
The Daily Reckoning is written to underline the point that the world is funnier than you think.
www.dailyreckoning.com   (675 words)

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