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I hope that I can tap into the vast knowledge of DKOS readers for some data on the legislative record of Senator Scott Brown (R-MA). Here is what I know about the data that I am searching for. I read an article about 4 months ago that Scott Brown attached an amendment to a huge very critical appropriations bill that was up for a vote in the Senate. The article stated that the Brown amendment effectively let the Wall Street banks (whom had agreed to a $19 billion settlement with the federal government for their use of widespread "Robo-signing" practices in their housing foreclosures) completely evade payment of the $19 billion settlement.  Request continues below after the orange page separator.

I spent sometime on the Library of Congress' THOMAS site looking through all of Scott Brown's legislative activity without success. So I am appealing to anyone on DKOS who may have the information that I am looking for. What I need is the title and Senate number of the bill that included the Brown amendment when it passed the Senate. I also need the Senate amendment number for the Brown amendment, its title and any co-sponsors for his amendment. Finally I would also like the date that it passed the Senate and the date when it was signed into law. Any and all help towards providing me with this data will be greatly appreciated.  

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