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Entry Title Date
National Cybersecurity Protection Advancement Act Of 2015 April 23, 2015
Michael McCaul, R-TX
"Mr. Chairman, I support the gentleman’s amendment. The gentleman is correct. Small- and medium-sized businesses are the lifeblood of our economy, yet they often cannot dedicate the resources to address cybersecurity issues. Making self-assessment tools available to these businesses will allow them to determine their levels of cyber risk and manage the risk through appropriate prevention."
Fast Track And Marriage Equality April 23, 2015
Bonnie Watson Coleman, D-NJ
"I know that the speaker that we are getting ready to hear from knows very well how this trade agreement and how these negotiations are going to impact the communities and the economy of our United States of America. It is my honor to yield to someone who has been fighting furiously for her constituents, who has been adamant about giving a voice to the voiceless, and who has been educating our Caucus on a routine basis."
Trade Promotion Authority April 23, 2015
Mitch McConnell, R-KY
"These agreements can boost our economy and support more high-quality American jobs. Now, this bipartisan bill will move to the Senate floor. It is my hope to pass it during the current work period."
H.R. 1560 And H.R. 1731 April 23, 2015
Earl Blumenauer, D-OR
"Protecting ourselves against cyber-attacks is critical for national security and for a robust economy, and I strongly support taking actions to ensure that we have the best mechanisms in place to defend against cybersecurity threats. In working toward this goal, however, we cannot sacrifice important civil liberties or the privacy of American citizens. We must also ensure that companies can be held accountable if they fail to protect personal information or fail to act on cybersecurity threat information."
Legislative Program April 23, 2015
Steny Hoyer, D-MD
"I will tell the gentleman, next week, perhaps you and I can talk about this towards that end because I think, if we talk about creation of jobs, we talk about giving confidence and stability to the economy, I think that is one way we could do it, and, hopefully, we can work together."

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