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President George W. Bush signs the New and Emerging Technologies 911 Improvement Act of 2008, in the Oval Office of the White House Today with Senator Ted Stevens (L), Senator Olympia Snowe (2nd L), unidentified (3rd L); Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (4th L), Congressman John Shimkus (5th L), Congressman Bart Gordon (2nd R) and Congressman Chip Pickering (R). The law requires Internet Protocol (IP) telephony service providers to offer 911 services and create plans for a national IP-based emergency response network.
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