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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Recognizing National Marriage Week February 12, 2016
Robert Aderholt, R-AL
"Mr. Speaker, I would like to acknowledge and recognize that this is National Marriage Week. The sacred vows that a man and woman exchange as a part of the sacrament of marriage have been part of our culture from the very beginning of humanity. It’s an institution that, over the centuries, has proven to be the best for raising a family, and creating self-sufficient and well-balanced children."
National Marriage Week February 12, 2015
Tim Huelskamp, R-KS
"Mr. Speaker, this week marks National Marriage Week. This is the time for Americans to recognize, to celebrate, to honor this time-honored institution and the critical importance of a man and a woman committing to each other and to the children of their loving union."
Why Marriage Matters February 12, 2015
Vicky Hartzler, R-MO
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today in support of National Marriage Week. It is an honor to promote an institution that has been the cornerstone of society for centuries, and I am blessed to celebrate this week with my husband of 30 years, Lowell Hartzler."
Marriage February 11, 2014
Tim Huelskamp, R-KS
"Mr. Speaker, I appreciate the opportunity to visit with you this evening. I know many of my colleagues would like to visit about a very, very important topic; and that is the topic of marriage. We are currently in the midst of National Marriage Week, which is a global effort with 16 other countries to promote marriage."
In Celebration Of National Marriage Week February 12, 2013
Randy Hultgren, R-IL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize National Marriage Week. I am proud to support this campaign to encourage marriage, reduce divorce rates, curtail poverty, and benefit children. Marriage is a cornerstone of society and the foundation for happy, healthy homes and families. The proven benefits of marriage include economic stability, positive health and social advantages, emotional well-being and happiness, and children that perform better in schools. This week celebrates love as well as commitment; it is a time for couples to reflect on their vows to each other and look forward to their future years together. National Marriage Week is celebrated globally, and is supported by private organizations and individuals who believe that marriage brings benefits to all people in society. National Marriage Week celebrates healthy marriages, and making commitments based on love, trust, and admiration. It is an honor for me to be able to celebrate this week with my lovely wife, Christy, to whom I have been married to for 22 years."

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