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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Motion To Go To Conference On H.R. 240, Department Of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2015 February 27, 2015
Lois Frankel, D-FL
"Madam Speaker, on rollcall No. 102, the motion to go to conference on H.R. 240, I was not present becrause I was unavoidably detained at the Army Corps Civil Works Review Board for the Port Everglades expansion project, which is important to the South Florida economy. Had I been present, I would have voted “nay.”"
Our Unconscionable National Debt February 27, 2015
Mike Coffman, R-CO
"Today, it is $18,133,356,358,144.49. We’ve added $7,506,479,309,231.41 to our debt in 6 years. This is over $7.5 trillion in debt our nation, our economy, and our children could have avoided with a balanced budget amendment. "
Vote Explanation February 27, 2015
Barbara Boxer, D-CA
"I would have also opposed the cloture motion to proceed to S. 534 because this legislation would be destructive to families and our economy. "
Department Of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2015 February 27, 2015
Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH
"We can keep Homeland Security on the job. We can keep breaking the ice to keep the economy moving on our lakes and our oceans. We can secure our borders. We can prevent attacks from terrorists. Our enemies are watching. Now it is time to defend America. I urge all of my colleagues to vote yes on this full funding bill."
Net Neutrality February 27, 2015
Tom McClintock, R-CA
"This gives them potential control over content and it destroys the price-driven incentives for innovation, expansion, speed, economy, and service that Americans have long enjoyed. It means higher costs as government piles on new fees. It means slowed expansion as the natural incentives to invest are stifled. Europe operates under this sort of regulatory scheme, and its Internet service is conspicuously inferior, slower, and ponderous."

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