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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Make It In America July 22, 2014
Paul Tonko, D-NY
"As we move forward with those skill sets that are required to build these ships, we need to make certain there is an investment in skills development and training, retraining, so we are doing it smarter. It doesn’t have to be the cheaper price delivered to the market; it has to be the most quality also. And so we can win several of these contracts through brain power, through the investment of our intellectual capacity."
Travel Promotion, Enhancement, And Modernization Act Of 2014 July 22, 2014
Fred Upton, R-MI
"It was also noted that the reauthorization of this bill was their number one priority. It expires next year, and one of the commitments that I made was to see if we could move it in an expeditious manner to give the Senate a little time, so that it doesn’t get caught up later on and we can just get it off our plate, knowing in fact that it was bipartisan from the get-go."
Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act Of 2014 July 22, 2014
Mark Meadows, R-NC
"This may only deal with Europe or Israel or Syria. It doesn’t really affect me."
Energy Action Team July 22, 2014
Richard Hudson, R-NC
"Frankly, it doesn’t have to be that way because we have got tremendous opportunities to have American sources of energy. It is just a shame we are not going after them."
Nomination Of John W. Degravelles To Be United States District Judge For The Middle District Of Louisiana July 22, 2014
James Inhofe, R-OK
"I do calculations every time I hear a large number and I go back. In my State of Oklahoma, I calculate the number of families who actually file Federal tax returns and do the math. That would cost each family in Oklahoma about $3,000 a year. We know it doesn’t make any difference, because the testimony of the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, the EPA, Lisa Jackson, who was appointed by President Obama, said in response to my question on the public record that even if we were to pass something it would not have the effect of reducing CO emissions worldwide, because this isn’t where the problem is. The problem is in China and other places.2"

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