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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
The Israeli Prime Minister’S Speech To Congress March 3, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"The second point is one that is very obvious. We have over 300 convicted terrorists currently serving their time in the existing Federal prison system. In Federal prisons across this Nation, including my State of Illinois, we have convicted terrorists who are reporting to their cells every day and are no threat to the community at large. They are being handled in a professional, thoughtful way by the men and women who work for the Bureau of Prisons, and there has never been any question as to whether the terrorists in this system are somehow a threat to this country. In fact, they are well contained and have been for a long time."
Bridging The Divide: Observations On Race And Justice In America March 2, 2015
Stacey Plaskett, D-VI
"Mr. Speaker, I thank the gentlewoman for the opportunity to speak. I want to thank Ms. Kelly from the great State of Illinois, as well as Mr. Payne from the great State of New Jersey for yielding me this time. I want to extend my support for the confirmation of Ms. Loretta Lynch for the position of Attorney General."
Personal Explanation February 27, 2015
Robert Hurt, R-VA
"I was not present for Roll Call vote #98, a recorded vote on the Quigley of Illinois Part B Amendment No. 9 to H.R. 5. Had I been present, I would have voted “no.”"
Section 529 College Savings Plans Amendments February 25, 2015
Paul Ryan, R-WI
"DAVIS of Illinois. Mr. Chairman, I am pleased to yield 4 minutes to the gentleman from Wisconsin (Mr. Kind), who is a cosponsor of this legislation and a tireless advocate for education."
Department Of Homeland Security Funding February 24, 2015
Richard Durbin, D-IL
"So why do the Republicans persist? Why are they determined to take this amazing young man and deport him? They have forgotten our legacy in America. We are a nation of immigrants, and our immigrants have come to this country from all over the world because they appreciate the values and opportunity of America. I am lucky. My mother was an immigrant to this country, and I stand on the Senate floor representing the great State of Illinois. It is my story, my family’s story, and it is America’s story."

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