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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act Of 2015— Veto Message From The President Of The United States February 2, 2016
Ted Poe, R-TX
"But the President refuses to listen. He vetoed Obamacare Reconciliation passed by both the House and Senate to dismantle Obamacare."
Energy Policy Modernization Bill February 2, 2016
John Thune, R-SD
"Over the next year, Americans who are ready for a change from Obama’s failed policies will hear from congressional Republicans who are increasingly focused on getting our economy working again. Reforming our Tax Code and reining in regulations, repealing and replacing ObamaCare, strengthening our international security by rebuilding our military, and reforming outdated poverty programs will be the foundation of our agenda for a more prosperous future."
State Of The Union Inconsistencies February 1, 2016
Joe Wilson, R-SC
"His praise of job growth is undermined by ObamaCare, which the OMB has identified will destroy over 2 million jobs."
State Of The Union Address January 13, 2016
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"So, Mr. Speaker, since we care deeply about each other in this country, those who are in elected positions, I thought maybe, since the door is not always open to me at the White House—I know that going back to the ObamaCare days when the President said: If you have got better ideas, my door is always open."
Federal Reserve Transparency Act Of 2015—Motion To Proceed January 12, 2016
John Barrasso, R-WY
"According to a report by the Kaiser Family Foundation, about 7 million Americans were finding it cheaper to pay the tax penalty than to pay for this unusable insurance. Look at this chart. Of those people who don’t get subsidies and are not eligible for subsidies, 95 percent would pay—all of these people—less for the tax penalty than for an ObamaCare bronze plan, which is the cheapest level of plan that there is."

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