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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Huwaldt 80Th Anniversary June 21, 2016
Adrian Smith, R-NE
"During their 80 years of marriage, they have visited all 50 States, operated their own filling station and a trucking business, and enjoyed water skiing, golfing, and taking cruises together. They have three children, six grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren."
Tribute To Walter And Miriam Henderson June 21, 2016
Hank Johnson, D-GA
"Whereas, Walter and Miriam Henderson are celebrating fifty (50) years in marriage today in Rockdale County, Georgia; and"
Jeanne And Jules Manford Post Office Building June 21, 2016
Joseph Crowley, D-NY
"In January of 2013, just a few months before the Supreme Court’s landmark decision overturning the Defense of Marriage Act, Jeanne passed away at the age of 92. That same year, Jeanne was honored posthumously with the Presidential Citizens Medal for her efforts."
Commending And Congratulating Fay G. Carbullido After 40 Years Of Service On Guam June 21, 2016
Madeleine Bordallo, D-GU
"She began her career providing direct nursing care in community and teaching hospitals. She was employed at the University of California—Davis Medical Center, where she worked to support her soon to be husband, Franklin Philip Carbullido, while he attended law school. Fay and Phil were married on August 2, 1976. She is the daughter-in-law of Francisco Chaco Carbullido and Maria Salas Castro Carbullido of Chalan Pago. They have four children: Brandon, Kristina, Adam, and Steven, and their family has been extended by Kristina’s marriage to Charles Rapadas and their only grandson, Kellan Philip."
Preventing Irs Abuse And Protecting Free Speech Act June 14, 2016
Peter Roskam, R-IL
"So why is this a good idea? Here is why. The IRS in the past has demonstrated they have leaked this information. When did they do it? They leaked it in the case of the National Organization for Marriage, a group that was advocating for traditional marriage. They filed their Schedule Bs. Lo and behold, an IRS employee leaked it. Out it goes. You can imagine the donor harassment, the hassle, and so forth. So the IRS’ hands in the past, Mr. Speaker, are not exactly clean when it comes to holding this information close. The National Governors Association also was similarly situated. All right, that is the first reason."

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