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Entry Title Date
Passenger Rail Reform And Investment Act Of 2015 March 4, 2015
Daniel Lipinski, D-IL
"This bill makes much-needed reforms to Amtrak’s business model and the RRIF loan program, which I hope will unlock a potential financing source for the CREATE rail modernization program in northeastern Illinois and help commuter rail agencies make important improvements, such as installing positive train control."
Climate Change March 4, 2015
Sheldon Whitehouse, D-RI
"Trout Unlimited—sportsmen and conservationists working to protect trout streams in the Driftless Area in southwest Wisconsin and parts of Minnesota, Illinois, and Iowa—did a 2009 study showing fishing in the Driftless Area adds over $1 billion per year to the surrounding economies."
Keystone Xl Pipeline Approval Act—Veto March 4, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"If President Lincoln were here today, I think he would be happy to see how our Union has survived. I think he would be pleased and astonished to see that America had elected and reelected another lanky lawyer from Illinois, and an African American, to be our President."
Recognizing Canada Consul General Roy B. Norton’S Visit To Springfield, Mo February 12, 2015
Billy Long, R-MO
"Consul General Norton represents Canadian interests in Missouri as well as in Illinois and Wisconsin. He focuses on trade, investment, environmental, cultural and academic policy areas."
Celebrating The 206Th Anniversary Of President Abraham Lincoln’S Birthday February 12, 2015
Mark Kirk, R-IL
"It may be the lowest coin denomination, but the penny carries a lot of weight in terms of our Illinois and American history, culture, and society. It is an intrinsic part of the American experience and represents the opportunity that many believe is inherent in the American dream."

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