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Entry Title Date
This Week In The Senate March 2, 2015
Mitch McConnell, R-KY
"Meanwhile, the new Senate will continue to pursue good ideas for the middle class. On the floor and in committee, both this week and in the weeks to come, we expect to see more bipartisan action on behalf of the American people on a range of issues, from human trafficking to the NLRB. For instance, we will offer Senators a chance to stand tall for basic fairness in the workplace by overturning the administration’s ambush rule, which seeks to weaken workers’ rights, and we will keep up the fight for sensible, bipartisan ideas such as the Keystone jobs bill."
Welcoming Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu March 2, 2015
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"You think I like to come here and get lectured about the Citizens United case by a guy that doesn’t understand that case? You think I enjoy coming over here and being told, You pass my American Jobs Act right now, when he didn’t even have one for a couple of weeks?"
Fort Drum Sequestration And Centcom Codel March 2, 2015
Elise Stefanik, R-NY
"Under sequestration, the Pentagon’s proposal states that Fort Drum could lose up to 16,000 soldiers and civilian jobs. This loss of jobs will have severe and devastating effects to the installation, the North Country community, New York, and the entire Nation. "
Trade Promotion Authority February 27, 2015
Johnny Isakson, R-GA
"Secondly, are you ready to diminish or lose 39.8 million jobs?"
Recognizing Denver International Airport’S (Dia) 20 Years Of Service February 27, 2015
Diana DeGette, D-CO
"Additionally, DIA now supports more than 183,000 jobs, with an estimated annual payroll of nearly $8.5 billion. The airport has grown to serve more than 170 nonstop destinations around the world in nine countries, representing new gateways to cultural and economic opportunities in Asia, Central America, Europe, and beyond."

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