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Entry Title Date
Honoring The Life And Service Of Waldwick, New Jersey, Police Officer Christopher Goodell July 29, 2014
Scott Garrett, R-NJ
"Officer Goodell was truly a hometown hero. He lived a life of purpose, and he died serving and protecting the community where he grew up. So I come here today and I ask my colleagues here in the House of Representatives to join me today in paying tribute to Officer Goodell."
In Honor Of Starr Seip’S Promotion To Colonel In The United States National Guard July 25, 2014
Matt Cartwright, D-PA
"On behalf of all of the citizens of Pennsylvania’s 17th Congressional District, I offer my thanks for impressive and dedicated service in the defense of our country, I congratulate Lieutenant Colonel Seip on her promotion, and ask all my colleagues here in the House of Representatives to join me in honoring our invaluable service members like Starr Seip."
End The Violence In Indianapolis July 11, 2014
André Carson, D-IN
"Enough is enough. I am calling on my fellow Hoosiers to end this violence, and I am asking my colleagues here in Congress and in the administration for help."
Congo June 26, 2014
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"I thank my many colleagues here in the Congress on both sides of the aisle who helped make this bill a reality and the many responsible companies that are taking steps to help ensure their sourcing of minerals does not contribute to the horrific violence in mineral-rich Congo. The Congolese people have suffered entirely too much, and I sincerely believe that these efforts will be part of the long-term solution to the quest for stability and peace in their country."
Workforce Innovation And Opportunity Act June 25, 2014
Dean Heller, R-NV
"We will continue to work with our colleagues here in the Senate, the House, and this administration to pass this legislation to ensure that we continue to provide this temporary safety net while still looking for work."

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