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Entry Title Date
Protecting American Shareholder Rights From Russian Expropriation September 19, 2014
Eliot Engel, D-NY
"In the first case, the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ruled that the Russian government must pay $51.6 billion to the largest Yukos shareholder, GML, Ltd, for what the court found was Russia’s illegal confiscation of Yukos."
Introduction Of The 10-20-30 Act Of 2014 September 19, 2014
James Clyburn, D-SC
"This provision bore dividends, as economic development projects proliferated in persistent poverty counties across the country. The Recovery Act funded a total of 4,655 projects in persistent poverty counties, totaling nearly $1.7 billion. I saw firsthand the positive effects of these projects in South Carolina. Projects were undertaken and jobs created that would have otherwise gone lacking. Among these investments was a $5.8 million grant and $2 million loan to construct 51 miles of water lines in the Britton’s Neck community in Marion County. In Lowndes County, Mississippi, $17.5 million was spent to install a water line, elevated tank, and two wastewater pump stations, providing potable water to Mississippians and creating badly needed construction jobs. The Wellborn Special Utility District in Brazos County, Texas, received a $538,000 loan to construct more than 9 miles of new water distribution lines and connect over 60 households to a new water source."
In Appreciation Of Colonel Patrick T. “Smack” Mckenzie September 15, 2014
Howard McKeon, R-CA
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Insular Areas And Freely Associated States Energy Development September 15, 2014
Donna Christensen, D-VI
"According to the Energy Information Administration, the national average cost of energy is 9.94 cents per kilowatt hour in the United States. Residential ratepayers in my district pay around 51.2 cents per kilowatt hour while commercial ratepayers incur a charge of approximately 54.3 cents."
In Appreciation Of Colonel Patrick T. “Smack” Mckenzie September 11, 2014
Howard McKeon, R-CA
"None"

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