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Stolen Identity Refund Fraud Prevention Act Of 2016 May 16, 2016
Jim Renacci, R-OH
"The last one I will mention would require the IRS to submit a study on the feasibility of establishing a program for ID theft victims to be able to opt out of electronic filing. This provision would require the IRS to report back to Congress within 180 days on this issue."
Establishing Pain Management Best Practices Inter-Agency Task Force May 11, 2016
Susan Brooks, R-IN
"We know, though, that not all States use it. Not all prescribers actually check that PDMP system like they should. So I appreciate the Congressman’s concept of a feasibility study as to whether or not there should be a national PDMP system, and I urge its passage."
Recognizing The Guam Small Business Development Center On Receiving The U.S. Small Business Administration’S 2016 Small Business Development Center And Excellence And Innovation Center Award April 19, 2016
Madeleine Bordallo, D-GU
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to commend and congratulate Guam Small Business Development Center on being awarded the 2016 U.S. Small Business Development Center Excellence and Innovation Center Award. The Guam Small Business Development Center is being recognized for their excellence in providing value to small businesses and advancing program delivery and management through innovation. The Guam Small Business Development Center began operations in May 1995 through federal funds and celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. It became the Pacific Islands SBDC Network and first service center in the region. The Guam Small Business Development Center provides free, confidential, one-to-one counseling in all areas of business management to all existing and potential small business owners and managers that are U.S. citizens, green card holders or citizens of the Freely Associated States. These services include pre-venture feasibility, business plan development, marketing, record keeping, financial and human resource management, operations management, access to capital, and specialized areas such as international trade and technical services. The Guam SBDC is able to refer local businesses to high-quality external sources of information and ideas because of its membership with U.S. Association of Small Business Development Centers (ASBDC) and partnership with the U.S. SBA and the National Business Incubation Association. Additionally, the Guam Small Business Development Center works with the local Guam Small Business Administration Branch Office and Hawaii Small Business Administration District Office as a champion for Small Business Administration products and services. This work includes the effective amplification of the Small Business Administration mission, priorities and programs. The Guam Small Business Development Center provides excellent customer service with a 95 percent client satisfaction rate and efficiently meets clients’ needs by providing quality counseling. The Guam Small Business Development Center utilizes all resources available and partners with local government agencies and private entities to carry out its mission of helping entrepreneurs start and expand their businesses. Again, I congratulate Guam Small Business Development Center on being awarded the 2016 U.S. Small Business Development Center Excellence and Innovation Center Award. I commend Guam Small Business Development Center Director Casey Jeszenka and the staff of the Guam SBDC for their leadership in helping to promote entrepreneurship and support for our local economy. I join the people of Guam in commending them for their award and thanking them for their many contributions to our island community."
Energy Policy Modernization Act Of 2015 April 19, 2016
Tom Udall, D-NM
"This amendment asks the Secretary of the Treasury to help inform Congress on the feasibility and structure of developing such a tool. It has broad support from groups such as the American Sustainable Business Council, Green America, the American Wind Energy Association, Ceres, the Union of Concerned Scientists, and many other groups. It has broad support out there."
Recognizing Dr. Anthony Atala April 12, 2016
Virginia Foxx, R-NC
"Dr. Atala is the leader of a team of scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center who have proved the feasibility of using a sophisticated, custom-designed 3-D printer to create living tissue structures to replace injured or diseased tissue in patients."

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