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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
Peter Roskam, R-IL
"Mr. Speaker, I urge us to continue that momentum and to vote with Mr. Tom Price of Georgia on this bill."
Providing For Congressional Disapproval Of A Rule Submitted By The Corps Of Engineers And The Environmental Protection Agency January 13, 2016
Doug Collins, R-GA
"We talk about why this is confusing. We had the EPA director sitting in committee last year asked these very questions about the rule. She answered them one way, and at the very same time, back in my district, the Ninth District of Georgia, they were being told a completely opposite answer."
Paying Respects To Neil Ratchford January 12, 2016
Buddy Carter, R-GA
"He was a man of few words but believed you should make your words count. In the end, he joins his wife, Mary Olive, having lived a long, fruitful life raising four children and two grandsons, who now attend my alma mater, the University of Georgia."
Climate Change January 11, 2016
Sheldon Whitehouse, D-RI
"Perhaps the biggest milestone of 2015 was the Paris agreement reached in December, with 190 countries agreeing to a global deal to address climate change. One key element was that more than 150 major U.S. companies signed on to the American Business Act on Climate Pledge, calling for strong outcomes in the Paris climate negotiations. These companies’ operations together span all 50 States, they employ nearly 11 million people, they represent more than $4.2 trillion in annual revenue, and they have a combined market capitalization of over $7 trillion. These are blue-chip American icons such as AT&T of Texas, Coca-Cola and UPS of Georgia, Procter & Gamble of Ohio, and Walmart of Arkansas. How long can Republicans ignore them?"
Fairness In Class Action Litigation Act Of 2015 January 8, 2016
Jerrold Nadler, D-NY
"Amendment No. 8 by Mr. Johnson of Georgia."

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