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Entry Title Date
Recognizing Jesco June 21, 2016
David Vitter, R-LA
"In 1994, a group of Louisiana-based professional engineers and scientists established JESCO to provide engineering, construction, disaster preparation and response, and environmental services to local and State governments along the Gulf Coast, as well as Federal agencies. Lead by Ms. Alvinette Teal, an experienced geologist and graduate of Louisiana State University, JESCO is a federally certified, woman-owned small business."
Commemorating The 176Th Anniversary Of The Yellow River Baptist Church In Baker, Florida June 14, 2016
Jeff Miller, R-FL
"For 176 years, the Yellow River Baptist Church has served the citizens of the Gulf Coast, and today it stands as a pillar of the Northwest Florida community as the first Baptist church in Walton and Escambia counties and one of the oldest Baptist churches in the State of Florida."
Boys & Girls Club Of The Ms Gulf Coast 50Th Anniversary May 19, 2016
Steven Palazzo, R-MS
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor the Boys & Girls Club of the Mississippi Gulf Coast on the occasion of their 50th Anniversary."
Zika Virus And Nomination Of Merrick Garland May 16, 2016
Harry Reid, D-NV
"Already Zika-carrying mosquitoes have transmitted the disease to American citizens in Puerto Rico and other United States territories. Soon, mosquitoes carrying this virus will be biting and infecting people in the continental United States. That is not hyperbole. It is going to happen. Zika-carrying mosquitoes won’t be limited to the gulf coast."
Paris Climate Agreement Signing And Earth Day April 21, 2016
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"Because of climate change, U.S. growing seasons have shifted so drastically that crops which previously could survive only in the southern half of the country can now be successfully grown in northern Illinois. If current global warming trends continue, climate models estimate that Illinois will have a climate similar to that of the Texas Gulf coast by 2100. For Illinois farmers, these changes to the environment have a direct effect on their livelihood."

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