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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
National Cybersecurity Protection Advancement Act Of 2015 April 23, 2015
Mick Mulvaney, R-SC
"Mr. Chairman, I applaud the chairman for doing something that doesn’t happen nearly enough in this Chamber. He is allowing an amendment to come to the floor that he opposes."
100Th Anniversary Of Armenian Genocide April 23, 2015
Dana Rohrabacher, R-CA
"I am a friend of Turkey’s. I believe that the Turkish people and the people of the United States need to be close. We were in the cold war, and I am grateful to their contributions to our security over the years; but this doesn’t mean that we should not be totally honest with each other and with them as friends in that all of us have made mistakes. Certainly, the United States has committed errors in its past that we should agree to acknowledge."
Fast Track And Marriage Equality April 23, 2015
Mark Takano, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, our Nation is on the cusp of correcting a longstanding injustice, an injustice that has been embedded into our national psyche and, frankly, our laws for more than 200 years. It is an injustice that says LGBT Americans shouldn’t receive the same rights as everyone else. It is an injustice that the law in many States still says it doesn’t matter how committed LGBT relationships are or how much in love they are. It is an injustice in the law that says LGBT Americans cannot and should not be able to get married."
Legislative Program April 23, 2015
Steny Hoyer, D-MD
"The gentleman, if he hasn’t read the article, doesn’t need to comment on it, but I want to call to his attention that we are very concerned, but people on your side and your former Speaker are very concerned that we are not investing sufficient sums to take advantage of the opportunities, and it is costing us."
Stop The Export-Import Bank April 23, 2015
David Brat, R-VA
"These economic outcomes are driven by major macroeconomic factors. These are the things we should care about. These are the things that really do improve our economy: worker productivity, United States capital stock, our business climate, and how much we save or borrow. Those are the fundamentals that we need to improve if we want to do better in the rest of the world. And we should also include the United States education system in the mix as well. The Export-Import Bank doesn’t change any of these fundamental market drivers. It just benefits some at the expense of the rest of us."

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