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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Maine Community Health Options February 10, 2015
Angus King, I-ME
"Mr. President, I rise to speak about a little-discussed aspect of the Affordable Care Act. Before touching on the main subject, I should point out that I think as of tonight there will be more than 11 million Americans who will have already signed up for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act so far this year. Of course, the deadline is coming up next week, and this weekend there could be a very large influx of newly insured Americans, which I think is an occurrence we should all feel very proud of and should celebrate."
Providing For Consideration Of H.R. 596, Repeal Of The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act February 3, 2015
Jim McGovern, D-MA
"Mr. Speaker, I just would remind the gentleman from Iowa that there was a Republican Presidential candidate named Mitt Romney who ran on the platform of total repeal of the Affordable Care Act, and he lost. And, by the way, Obama won Iowa by 51-46."
Fully Fund The Department Of Homeland Security February 3, 2015
Steve Israel, D-NY
"Mr. Speaker, this month, in a very short period of time, the Department of Homeland Security is going to run out of money. Our enemies, they plot, they plan to do us harm, and this Republican majority in this Congress refuses to give the Department of Homeland Security the full funding they need to keep us safe. What we will do this week is the 56th repeal of the Affordable Care Act."
Health Care February 3, 2015
Sherrod Brown, D-OH
"Isn’t that what we want? If people are ill, injured, sick, don’t we want to take care of them so they can return to work? Mr. McClinon never wanted to miss work, but he had to. Because of the expansion of Medicaid, because of the Affordable Care Act passed by a Democratic Senate, signed by a Democratic President, because of a Republican Governor in Ohio expanding Medicaid, unlike Republican Governors in many States, people such as Charles McClinon can now go back to work and live a healthier, more productive life and pay taxes."
Repeal Of The Affordable Care Act For The 56Th Time February 2, 2015
Dan Kildee, D-MI
"Instead of taking up a jobs bill or an infrastructure bill or a minimum wage bill to give working families bigger paychecks, they have again decided this week, for the 56th time, to take up repeal of the Affordable Care Act."

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