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James Allen Nussle

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Congressional Record entries

Entry Title Date
Status Report On Current Spending Levels Of On-Budget Spending And Revenues For Fy 2007 And The 5-Year Period Fy 2007 Through Fy 2011 November 15, 2006
James Nussle, R-IA
"Mr. Speaker, I am transmitting a status report on the current levels of on-budget spending and revenues for fiscal year 2007 and for the five-year period of fiscal years 2007 through 2011. This report is necessary to facilitate the application of sections 302 and 311 of the Congressional Budget Act and sections 401 and 501 of H. Con. Res. 376, which is currently in effect as a concurrent resolution on the budget in the House under H. Res. 818. This status report is current through November 8, 2006."
Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act September 28, 2006
James Nussle, R-IA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today in support of the Child Custody Protection Act (S. 403). This important legislation protects our children by imposing stiff penalties on adults who evade State parental consent laws to transport a minor across State lines for the sole purpose of having an abortion."
Upper Mississippi River Basin Protection Act September 27, 2006
James Nussle, R-IA
"Madam Speaker, I rise today in support of the Upper Mississippi River Basin Protection Act. This legislation takes a commonsense approach to reduce nutrient and sediment loss in the Upper Mississippi watershed by coordinating existing public and private water monitoring initiatives. I believe that such a partnership promotes the river's health and is beneficial the communities and people of eastern Iowa. Most of the farm families I represent live and make their living either along the Mississippi, or its many tributaries. Soil erosion is a problem for farmers by reducing long-term sustainability and income potential of their acres. It is my understanding that farmers in the Upper Mississippi River Basin lose more than $300 million annually in applied nitrogen to soil erosion. In addition, sediment fills the main shipping channel of the Mississippi that family farmers depend on to get their commodities to markets."
Status Report On Current Spending Levels Of On-Budget Spending And Revenues For Fy 2007 And The 5-Year Period Fy 2007 Through Fy 2011 September 7, 2006
James Nussle, R-IA
"Mr. Speaker, I am transmitting a status report on the current levels of on-budget spending and revenues for fiscal year 2007 and for the 5-year period of fiscal years 2007 through 2011. This report is necessary to facilitate the application of sections 302 and 311 of the Congressional Budget Act and sections 401 and 501 of H. Con. Res. 376, which is currently in effect as a concurrent resolution on the budget in the House under H. Res. 818. This status report is current through September 1, 2006."
Condemning The Recent Attacks Against The State Of Israel July 21, 2006
James Nussle, R-IA
"Madam Speaker, I rise to express my support for today's resolution (H. Res. 921) condemning attacks against Israel."

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