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Entry Title Date
Concurrent Resolution On The Budget For Fiscal Year 2015 April 10, 2014
Chris Van Hollen, D-MD
"Sarah Abernathy Ellen Balis Kathleen Capstick Zachary Cuff (Intern) Ken Cummings Bridgett Frey Jocelyn M. Griffin Tom Kahn Najy Kamal Andrea Leung Sheila McDowell Diana Meredith Erin Miller Kimberly Overbeek Karen Robb Scott Russell Beth Stephenson Andy Van Wye (Intern) Ted Zegers"
In Honor Of Colonel Daniel D. Pick April 10, 2014
Sam Farr, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, I know I speak for the whole House in extending our most sincere gratitude for Colonel Pick’s service to our Nation. The United States is a more secure and fruitful place as a consequence of his efforts. I want to wish Colonel Pick, his wife Karen, and children Dalton and Lauren, all the best as he transitions from active duty to what will surely be an active and fruitful second career of continued public service. And while the Army is losing one of its most capable officers, the Monterey Bay region is retaining one of its most capable citizens."
Paycheck Fairness Act—Motion To Proceed—Continued April 8, 2014
John Thune, R-SD
"Earlier today the President and CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council, Karen Kerrigan, wrote an article that says this proposal I am speaking about “offers a set of really good policy proposals to help women entrepreneurs and women in the workforce.”"
Debbie Smith Reauthorization Act Of 2014 April 7, 2014
Robert Goodlatte, R-VA
"I particularly want to thank Congresswoman Maloney for her leadership from the original legislation to today. Congresswoman Karen Bass of California unfortunately could not be with us for this debate this evening, but she has played a role as the lead cosponsor of this legislation. I thank the ranking member of the full committee and the ranking member of the Crime Subcommittee, Mr. Conyers and Mr. Scott, for their hard work on this as well."
The Passing Of Mrs. Mariella Ukina Ama Holman March 27, 2014
John Lewis, D-GA
"While working at Hampton Institute, now Hampton University, she met her husband-to-be, M. Carl Holman. In 1945, Mariella and Carl married and returned to Atlanta to begin a family; they were proud to raise their children—Kerry, Karen, and Kent—in the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. Her husband, a professor at Clark College in Atlanta, helped co-found the Atlanta Committee for Cooperative Action (ACCA) and became the editor-in-chief of The Atlanta Inquirer, which developed into a leading, weekly journal and voice for equality and justice in our nation. In the 1960s when Carl joined the staff of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, the family moved to Washington, D.C., where he eventually served as the president of the National Urban Coalition."

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