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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Nomination Of Robert S. Adler To Be A Commissioner Of The Consumer Product Safety Commission December 2, 2014
John Thune, R-SD
"The senior Senator from New York told an audience last week that passing ObamaCare was a mistake. To quote the Senator:"
California Abortion Mandate December 2, 2014
Joe Pitts, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, we have seen this administration casually ignore the law when it comes to immigration, EPA regs, and ObamaCare. Now, we are going to see whether they ignore the law when it comes to forcing churches in California to pay for abortion."
Nomination Of P. David Lopez To Be General Counsel Of The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission December 2, 2014
John Cornyn, R-TX
"While giving the speech about the midterm elections, he said what many Members on this side of the aisle have been saying for the last 4 years, and that is that the Democratic party, by making the passage of ObamaCare their top priority after they won the election of 2008, “blew the opportunity the American people gave them.” He said they did so by focusing “on the wrong problem.”"
Unconstitutional Actions By President Obama December 2, 2014
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"Here is an article from Steven Camarota and Karen Ziegler. The headline, “Immigrant Families Benefit Significantly from ObamaCare,” and the subheadline, “Immigrant Families Accounted for 42 Percent of Medicaid Growth Since 2011.”"
Amnesty Puts Aliens Ahead Of Americans December 1, 2014
Joe Wilson, R-SC
"President Obama’s temporary amnesty, which lasts 3 years, declares up to 5 million illegal immigrants to be lawfully in the country and eligible for work permits, but it still deems them ineligible for public benefits such as buying insurance on Obamacare‘s health exchanges. Under the Affordable Care Act, that means businesses who hire them won’t have to pay a penalty for not providing them health coverage, making them $3,000 more attractive than a similar native-born worker, whom the business by law would have to cover."

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