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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Native American Housing Assistance And Self-Determination Reauthorization Act Of 2014 December 2, 2014
Steve Pearce, R-NM
"In New Mexico, the Acoma Pueblo, Laguna Pueblo, Mescalero Apache, Jicarilla Apache, Santa Clara Pueblo, the Northern Pueblo, Santo Domingo Pueblo, and the Navajo Nation offers its support. Indian tribes all across the country are lending their support."
21St Century Endangered Species Transparency Act July 29, 2014
Ann Kirkpatrick, D-AZ
"Mr. Speaker, I am honored to represent a district that has more Native American tribes that own tribal land than any other district in the country. I have 12 tribes in my district, including the Navajo nation, where the people speak a beautiful language called Dine. So I am going to start my speech tonight in Dine."
Providing For Consideration Of H.R. 6, Domestic Prosperity And Global Freedom Act; And Providing For Consideration Of H.R. 3301, North American Energy Infrastructure Act June 24, 2014
Ann Kirkpatrick, D-AZ
"It improves access to mobile vet centers for our rural veterans and expands access to survivors of military sexual assault. It strengthens partnerships between the VA and the Indian Health Services, an arrangement that is successfully working on the Navajo Nation in my district."
Veteran Access To Care Act Of 2014 June 10, 2014
Ann Kirkpatrick, D-AZ
"This choice works for the veterans in my district. On the Navajo Nation, we realized that it was too difficult for our veterans to travel great distances to VA providers—and we pushed for a partnership with the Indian Health Service."
Remembering Samuel Smith, Sr. May 21, 2014
Tom Udall, D-NM
"After the war, Mr. Smith returned home. He married Rena Smith, and together they started a family. They moved to the Pueblo of Acoma, where they raised ten children. Later, at Fort Defiance Navajo Nation, Mr. Smith served as a law enforcement officer and was appointed chief ranger of the Navajo Nation Rangers. He also served as director of Transportation and Water Resources for the Navajo Nation."

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