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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Personal Explanation July 29, 2014
Joe Wilson, R-SC
"Mr. Speaker, I submit the following remarks regarding my absence from votes which occurred on July 28, 2014. I was visiting the Savannah River Site in the Second Congressional District of South Carolina with Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and National Nuclear Security Administrator Frank Klotz where I appreciate their recognition of the dedicated professionals at the site promoting vital missions. Listed below is how I would have voted if I had been present if the flight from Columbia had not been delayed."
Congratulating General William L. Shelton On His Retirement From The Air Force July 29, 2014
Doug Lamborn, R-CO
"General Shelton has been a vigilant advocate for national security space programs. As the commander of Air Force Space Command, he was responsible for more than 40,000 military and civilian personnel who assure space and cyberspace protection for our Nation. He established an unmatched level of success during a time of increasing challenges. His frank and informed discussions on space systems have helped leaders and citizens around the world appreciate the value of our Nation’s space capabilities."
Examination And Supervisory Privilege Parity Act Of 2014 July 29, 2014
Ed Perlmutter, D-CO
"The Dodd-Frank legislation empowered the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to regulate, supervise, and examine providers of consumer credit and financial products. Among these companies, nonbank financial institutions are typically State-licensed, and their primary regulator is often the State banking commissioner. "
Christian Persecution In Iraq July 29, 2014
Kerry Bentivolio, R-MI
"My colleague, friend, and mentor, Representative Frank Wolf, has characterized the situation facing Christians in Iraq as genocide. That analysis is about as accurate as it can get. Christians have been targeted and killed for their faith. What we are seeing is genocide, the eradication of a specific group of people, namely, Christians."
In Honor Of Starr Seip’S Promotion To Colonel In The United States National Guard July 25, 2014
Matt Cartwright, D-PA
"LTC Seip is the youngest of 5 children born to Frank and Patricia Dubbs. She is married to Tim Seip and is mother to Elisa Seip. LTC Seip’s current assignment is to be the Deputy Commander for the 28th Division Medical Detachment."

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