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Entry Title Date
Afghanistan July 22, 2014
Walter Jones, R-NC
"As I went over to the young marine from Camp Lejeune, who was 23, he was like this soldier in the poster. The young marine had lost both legs and an arm. I looked in the face of his father, who probably was 50 or 51 years of age, and all I saw was pain and worry and trouble in the eyes of the father because, like this young soldier who had lost both legs and an arm, you can only hope the best for their futures."
Legislative Session July 22, 2014
Orrin Hatch, R-UT
"The Founders recognized this as indispensable to preserving the individual liberty of all citizens. For as Madison counseled in Federalist 51: “[T]he greatest security against a gradual concentration of the several powers in the same department consists in giving to those who administer each department the necessary constitutional means and personal motives to resist encroachments of the others.”"
In Honor Of Francis “Frank” Budd July 16, 2014
Frank Pallone, D-NJ
"Mr. Budd leaves behind a loving family, including his wife of 51 years, Barbara, a son, Frank, Jr., two daughters Kimberly Arzillo and Anitra Speight, siblings, grandchildren and great-grandchildren."
Congratulations To The 2014 United Health Foundations Diverse Scholars July 16, 2014
Erik Paulsen, R-MN
"None"
Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act July 15, 2014
Anna Eshoo, D-CA
"This legislation has widespread support in the House. It has been my pleasure to work with Chairman Goodlatte as the Democratic lead on this effort. It has 228 bipartisan cosponsors in the House—I think that is the most eloquent statement about it—and there are 51 bipartisan cosponsors in the Senate. It has strong support of the communications, Internet, and e-commerce communities."

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