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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Recognizing Lancaster General Health/Penn Medicine May 16, 2016
Joe Pitts, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, today I want to recognize Lancaster General Health/Penn Medicine for being a finalist in the 2015 McGaw Prize for Excellence in Community Service. Lancaster General was the only Pennsylvania health system to be recognized for this honor."
Congratulating Fred Fesenmyer On Yellow Dog Award May 12, 2016
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"Mr. Fesenmyer will be recognized next month with the Penn-Brad Oil Museum’s Yellow Dog Award, which is intended to recognize the leadership and dedication of those who have helped preserve the history of the Bradford Oil Field and its unique culture."
Congratulating Brockway’S Grace Preston May 11, 2016
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"I remain committed in Washington and certainly in my home State of Pennsylvania to helping our professionals, volunteers, business community, nonprofits, such as Trout Unlimited and Watershed Associations, as well as academic and research institutions, such as Penn State, in their efforts to preserve our State’s water and our country’s water for future generations."
Recognizing Members Of Penn State’S Red Cell Analytics Lab May 10, 2016
Glenn Thompson, R-PA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize members of Penn State University’s Red Cell Analytics Lab, a unique organization intended to educate students on how to combat threats in an age of ever-evolving technology."
Energy And Water Development And Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2016 May 10, 2016
Sheldon Whitehouse, D-RI
"In 2009, a hacker stole more than 1,000 emails and 3,000 other documents from climate scientists at the University of East Anglia in Britain who were working on a United Nations report on climate change. Naturally, the climate denial apparatus went to work to select passages from the emails to assert that the climate scientists manipulated data. This turned out after multiple—yes—investigations to be false. Six official investigations ensued, clearing everyone of any wrongdoing: a three-part Penn State University investigation, two separate reviews commissioned by the University of East Anglia, a United Kingdom Parliamentary report, an investigation by the NOAA inspector general’s office, and an investigation by the National Science Foundation’s inspector general’s office."

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