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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

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Concurrent Resolution On The Budget, Fiscal Year 2016—Continued March 25, 2015
Roy Blunt, R-MO
"According to a 2013 Congressional Budget Office report, a tax of about $21 per metric ton on carbon would raise the price of electricity by an average of about 16 percent in the country. In the State of Missouri, my State, it would increase, according to that 2013 CBO report, the utility bill by 27 percent."
Honoring The Retirement Of Major General Cassie Strom Of The United States Air National Guard March 24, 2015
William Clay, D-MO
"Mr. Speaker, on behalf of Missouri‘s 1st district, I am proud to honor one of our most distinguished constituents and homegrown heroes, Major General Cassie Strom of the United States Air National Guard. In June of this year—2015, General Strom is retiring, after an incredible 31 plus years of dedicated service."
Honoring Cadet Maxwell Rose March 16, 2015
Jason Smith, R-MO
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Cadet Maxwell Rose of Missouri for his achievement and commitment to serving our country."
Honoring Gwen Mcclain March 16, 2015
Jason Smith, R-MO
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to honor Gwen McClain of Steeleville, Missouri, for her outstanding achievement of receiving the Patriot’s Pen Award. The National Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest is an annual competition sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. While over 200 essays were submitted in the state of Missouri, Gwen’s stood out above the rest."
Recognizing Dr. Kenneth Dobbins March 12, 2015
Claire McCaskill, D-MO
"It is my pleasure to honor Ken Dobbins today. He has touched the lives of many and immensely improved the quality of Southeast Missouri State University and the Cape Girardeau community. His dedication to higher education and the State of Missouri has been invaluable."

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