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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
General Leave April 16, 2015
Kevin Brady, R-TX
"Mr. Speaker, I am proud to yield 2 minutes to the gentlewoman from Tennessee (Mrs. Black), one of our key members of the Ways and Means Committee who has been fighting for this as a Representative from Tennessee, and as a small business owner, she knows how expensive it is for families who work and live along Main Street."
Medicare Access And Chip Reauthorization Act Of 2015 March 26, 2015
Kevin Brady, R-TX
"Mr. Speaker, I am proud to yield 1\1/2\ minutes to the gentlewoman from Tennessee (Mrs. Black), who has spent more than 40 years in health care as a nurse and as a small-business owner."
Honoring Roger Garza March 25, 2015
Henry Cuellar, D-TX
"As a small business owner and Atascosa County native, Mr. Garza has long-been active in local community and political affairs. Prior to his election to Pleasanton’s City Council, he was a key player in the successful redistricting of Atascosa County. This success is what prompted him to run for Pleasanton City Council eighteen years ago. During his eighteen-year tenure on the city council, Roger Garza has supported and overseen the development and completion of the Pleasanton Civic Center, the cleaning of the Atascosa River, and the approval of the construction firm for a new fire station."
Recognizing Jeanne Burton Israel March 25, 2015
Henry Cuellar, D-TX
"A San Antonio native, Jeanne moved to Atascosa County in 1982, becoming the first female Fuel and Ash Operator at San Miguel Electric Power Plant. Two years later she relocated to her current home of Pleasanton. After twelve years at San Miguel Electric, Jeanne Israel started Errand Girl Services, a courier service in Pleasanton. Her position as a small business owner propelled her into local politics and in 2000 she served as Treasurer for the Atascosa County MHMR."
Remembering Mayor John Ford September 19, 2014
Lou Barletta, R-PA
"Prior to serving as mayor of Hazleton, Mayor Ford was the founder and owner of John Ford Trucking and the Hazleton Standard Fuel Co., a small company that continues to service the Hazleton area to this day. Beyond his role as a small business owner, Mayor Ford was very active in the area. He was a member of the Hazleton Elks, West Hazleton Lions, and was on the board of numerous charitable organizations. Mayor Ford continued to serve on multiple committees at the local, state, and federal level after completing his term as mayor."

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