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Entry Title Date
Unanimous Consent Request—H.R. 2126 December 15, 2014
John Hoeven, R-ND
"Essentially what we are dealing with is in 2010, the Department of Energy issued a rule on water heaters that will effectively ban the manufacture of large electric water heaters beginning in 2015—so next year—which could greatly affect consumers in rural areas and hurt the effectiveness of some of our demand-response rural programs."
Omnibus Appropriations Bill December 15, 2014
Jack Reed, D-RI
"Madam President, I wish to explain my opposition to the Fiscal Year 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill. "
Executive Session December 15, 2014
John Thune, R-SD
"As incoming chairman of the commerce committee and as a member of the tax-writing Finance Committee, I am looking forward to a new agenda next Congress, one that is optimistic and forward-leaning, an agenda that recognizes that the dynamism in our economy today should not be a source of concern but, rather, a source of opportunity for jobs, growth, and economic freedom. This agenda begins with support for the Internet Tax Freedom Act. That is why I am pleased the bill we passed Saturday evening extends the Internet Tax Freedom Act through September 2015 so that we can have a debate next year about how we promote the Internet economy with all of its benefits on a much more permanent basis."
Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper December 2, 2014
Roger Williams, R-TX
"Mr. Speaker, I am proud to announce that Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper will be inducted into the National Football Foundation’s Leadership Hall of Fame on January 8th, 2015."
Funding For Alzheimer’S Disease Research December 2, 2014
Mike Quigley, D-IL
"We must take preventive actions to address the growing population of Alzheimer’s patients in this country. In the fiscal year 2015 appropriations process, I urge my colleagues to support increased funding for this research. This research will help find ways to prevent, treat, and even slow the progression of the disease, helping to ease the burden on patients, caregivers, and the Medicare system."

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