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Entry Title Date
Honoring Dunbar High School’S Boys Basketball Team April 27, 2016
Andy Barr, R-KY
"From 1983 until his recent retirement in 2015, Mr. Phipps served as chairman of The Jockey Club, the official breed registry of the thoroughbred industry. He also served as a longtime member of the New York Racing Association, serving as the Association’s chairman from 1976 to 1983."
Email Privacy Act April 27, 2016
Brian Babin, R-TX
"Since being introduced on February 4, 2015, we have been able to secure more than 300 cosponsors of this important bill, which will improve privacy protections for the email communications of ordinary American citizens."
Personal Explanation April 27, 2016
Terri Sewell, D-AL
"Mr. Speaker, on Wednesday afternoon, April 27, 2016, I was required to be in my congressional district in Fairfield, Alabama in order to attend a memorial service for Mrs. Gladys Coleman. Mrs. Gladys Coleman was one of the founding members of the Fairfield Democratic Women. She served as president of the Fairfield Democratic Women, and a member of the Jefferson County (AL) and State Democratic Executive Committees. In April 2015, she was one of seven honorees inducted into the Alabama Democratic Party Hall of Fame. Mrs. Coleman was the first black member appointed to the Fairfield Board of Education during the crucial years of desegregation in the city’s school system. In 1975, she was appointed by the Alabama State Superintendent of Education to serve on the Accreditation Committee for Elementary. As a Member of the Alabama congressional delegation, attending the memorial service was directly related to my representational, legislative, and committee responsibilities. Because of this absence I was not present for Roll Call Votes 166 through 169. Had I been present I would have voted as follows: YES on H.R. 4923—American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act of 2016 YES on H.R. 699—Email Privacy Act NO on Motion on Ordering the Previous Question on the Rule providing for consideration of H.R. 4498—Helping Angels Lead our Startups Act, and NO on H. Res. 701—Rule providing for consideration of H.R. 4498—Helping Angels Lead our Startups Act."
Bonnie Scott—Peace Corps Victim April 27, 2016
Ted Poe, R-TX
"In 2015, a report found that one in five Peace Corps volunteers were victims of sexual assault. Half of the victims do not report their attacks. Many state that they were blamed by the Peace Corps for their sexual assaults."
Chief Chris Carter Retires From Bishop Police Department April 27, 2016
Paul Cook, R-CA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize the law enforcement career of Bishop Police Chief Chris Carter, who retired from the Bishop Police Department on September 30, 2015. On June 4, 2016, there will be a long-awaited retirement party to celebrate Chief Carter’s distinguished career."

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