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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Concurrent Resolution On The Budget, Fiscal Year 2016—Conference Report—Continued May 5, 2015
John Barrasso, R-WY
"Last week, the Democratic leader came to the floor of the Senate and he made some very interesting statements about the President’s health care law. He said ObamaCare is a smashing success. That was last week."
Concurrent Resolution On The Budget, Fiscal Year 2016—Conference Report May 5, 2015
Patty Murray, D-WA
"Instead of putting jobs, wages, and economic security first by prioritizing policies such as paid sick leave, which shouldn’t be partisan issues, the Republican budget would cut taxes for the rich and leave working families behind. Instead of building on the work we have done to make health care more affordable and accessible, the Republican budget would take us back to the bad old days when insurance companies called all the shots and when fewer Americans had access to the care they need."
Medicaid May 5, 2015
Bob Casey, D-PA
"Let me talk for a couple of minutes about children. Together, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which we know as CHIP, served more than 45 million children in Federal fiscal year 2013, representing one in three children in the United States. So Medicaid plus CHIP is the health care for more than one in three children."
Additional Statements May 5, 2015
Ron Wyden, D-OR
"Over the years when I would see Gretchen at a housing rally, a domestic violence conference, or an event to help nurses and other health care providers get better care for Oregonians at lower cost, I would always see Gretchen and start to smile. That is because her caring was so infectious and her passion to help people who needed help was so powerful."
Chicago Community Trust 100Th Anniversary May 4, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"Whether its economic opportunity, education, housing, conservation, or health care—the list of important causes in which the Chicago Community Trust is involved is remarkable. Since its founding, the trust has granted more than $2 billion to nonprofit organizations working to improve the quality of life in the community. The trust has helped develop new audiences to sustain arts organizations, protected the human services safety net for those hardest hit by economic challenges, eased the devastating effects of foreclosures in Chicago neighborhoods, and elevated teaching to meet world-class standards."

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