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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Providing For Congressional Disapproval Of A Rule Submitted By The National Labor Relations Board March 3, 2015
John Thune, R-SD
"Mr. President, I wish to pivot to an issue that is being considered over in the Supreme Court this week. Tomorrow the Supreme Court is going to hear oral arguments in the case of King v. Burwell, which challenges the extension of ObamaCare subsidies to States with Federal exchanges."
Budget Of The United States Federal Government March 3, 2015
Tom Rice, R-SC
"One, it repeals ObamaCare, which costs $2.1 trillion over the next 10 years."
This Week In The Senate March 2, 2015
Mitch McConnell, R-KY
"Mr. President, this week promises to be a busy one. Just across the street, an important ObamaCare case will be argued before the Supreme Court, and tomorrow, here in the Capitol, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu will address a joint session of Congress. It is an important speech that comes at a very important time. Iran’s longstanding determination to develop nuclear capabilities poses a threat to Israel, America, and the world. It is a threat Netanyahu is singularly capable of explaining at such a critical moment in U.S.-Israeli relations."
Cadillac Tax February 25, 2015
Frank Guinta, R-NH
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today on behalf of the estimated 12 million Americans in the middle class who are paying more than $1,000 extra per year because of the excise tax on health care plans included in the ObamaCare legislation called the Cadillac tax. This legislation is set to take effect in 2018; however, employers, labor unions, and municipalities all back home are already preparing for this devastating tax."
Wasteful Spending February 25, 2015
Daniel Coats, R-IN
"Mr. President, when I reran for the Senate in 2010, there were two major issues that dominated the campaign and that continue to dominate the discussion and debate in the Senate postelection. One was the Affordable Care Act, now called ObamaCare, which was pushed through without any bipartisan support. There was a lot of concern among the American people about the impact this would have on their lives. That was an issue of intense discussion and debate during that campaign."

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