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Entry Title Date
Weather Forecasting Improvement Act Of 2014 April 1, 2014
Jim Bridenstine, R-OK
"Mr. Speaker, perhaps most importantly, H.R. 2413 enhances NOAA’s collaboration with the private sector and with universities. Oklahoma is on the cutting edge of weather research, prediction, and forecasting with absolutely world-class institutions such as the National Weather Center and the National Severe Storms Laboratory at the University of Oklahoma."
Protecting Volunteer Firefighters And Emergency Responders Act Of 2014 April 1, 2014
John Hoeven, R-ND
"The first one I wish to talk about for a minute is the Energy Security Act. I am pleased to join with the senior Senator from Wyoming Mr. Barrasso and also our ranking member on the Energy Committee, Senator Lisa Murkowski from Alaska, as well as other cosponsors on the legislation, Senator John Cornyn of Texas, obviously a big energy-producing State, Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma, and Senator David Vitter of Louisiana. "
Nomination Of Joseph William Westphal To Be Ambassador Extraordinary And Plenipotentiary Of The United States Of America To The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia March 26, 2014
James Inhofe, R-OK
"Madam President, I ask my colleagues to recognize they have an opportunity now to support someone who is most deserving for the position of Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. His name is Dr. Joseph William Westphal. While he is not an Oklahoma man, in his heart I think he is. He spent most of his time or much of his time in Oklahoma. He is a good personal friend of mine. He actually attended and graduated from the University of Oklahoma. Then he came back and was head of the political science department at Oklahoma State University—kind of an unusual combination."
Support For The Sovereignty, Integrity, Democracy, And Economic Stability Of Ukraine Act Of 2014—Motion To Proceed—Continued March 25, 2014
James Inhofe, R-OK
"I am from Oklahoma. David Green and his wife, of Oklahoma City, started a business called Hobby Lobby by making picture frames in their garage. It wasn’t that long ago. I can remember them doing that. They were able to open their first store which was about 300 square feet."
Legislative Session March 13, 2014
James Inhofe, R-OK
"The Child Care and Development Block Grant Program has been in place since 1990, and as a part of welfare reform in 1996, three other childcare initiatives were consolidated into this program, which provides formula-based block grant funding to States to subsidize childcare and emphasizes work, personal responsibility and parental choice. In my State of Oklahoma, 17,000 families and 28,000 children benefit directly from these funds."

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