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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Congratulating Ramsey Lewis June 24, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"Mr. President, I wish to take a moment to congratulate a native son of Chicago who has earned worldwide acclaim as a jazz pianist and who will soon achieve a lifelong dream of conducting and soloing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra."
Defending Public Safety Employees’ Retirement Act June 24, 2015
Thom Tillis, R-NC
"University of Chicago economist Casey Mulligan modeled the macroeconomic effects of ObamaCare and estimated that the damage would be twice as large. He expects Obamacare to cause a 3-percent drop in employment and work hours and a 2-percent drop in our gross domestic product and worker income. If he is right, the total loss of worker compensation caused by the President’s health care law will exceed $2 trillion between 2017 and 2024."
Tragedy In Charleston, South Carolina June 22, 2015
Bernard Sanders, I-VT
"About 50 years ago, as a student at the University of Chicago, I was arrested in a civil rights demonstration to end segregated schools. I was also involved in helping to end segregated housing in Chicago. It is clear to me that over that period of time this Nation has come a very long way, but it is also clear to me—and I think to the majority of our people—that we still have a long way to go."
Congratulating Senator Peters June 17, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"People of Chicago and Illinois, many of them, spend a lot of money in the State of Michigan and particularly in western Michigan. We love the Senator’s State. It is a beautiful State. Many of us vacation there and get to know the people."
3Rd Anniversary Of Daca Program June 15, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"It was 15 years ago when I received a call to my Senate office in Chicago. A Korean-American woman who worked at a drycleaners in the city of Chicago had a question for me. It turned out that her daughter, Tereza Lee, had been offered an opportunity to go to school at one of the best music schools in America, but she had problems filling out her application."

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