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Recognizing Recipients Of The 2015 Greater Reston Chamber Of Commerce Awards For Chamber Excellence July 31, 2015
Gerald Connolly, D-VA
"New Member of the Year: Jason Butler, JB Printing & Specialty Services"
Hire More Heroes Act Of 2015—Motion To Proceed July 23, 2015
Daniel Coats, R-IN
"A couple of other things came out on the budget term outlook. The Federal debt has nearly doubled since President Obama was elected. It now stands at 74 percent of the economy. The Federal debt has nearly doubled since the President was elected. What a legacy. Why in the world would a President of the United States with a responsibility to oversee the fiscal basis of what makes this country work and to commit to people that he will address problems as they occur—if this was a private business, it would be in bankruptcy. Nobody would buy the stock of this business. Nobody would buy bonds of this business. Nobody would invest in this business because it is totally dysfunctional and it is totally going broke. Yet the Federal Government has printing presses down in the basement and they keep printing out dollars. That decreases their value to cover our debts, and they continue to tell people to go ahead and loan money to the States. We are also going to keep taking your taxes, but buy our bonds and don’t worry because we are going to pay them back—not at this rate. We are heading toward the wall, we are in the crisis, and we are not doing anything about it."
Immigration Reform July 23, 2015
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"Notice, Mr. Speaker, I am saying “creating money” because I learned it was improper to say we are printing more money than ever before."
Providing For Consideration Of H.R. 1599, Safe And Accurate Food Labeling Act Of 2015, And Providing For Consideration Of H.R. 1734, Improving Coal Combustion Residuals Regulation Act Of 2015 July 22, 2015
Peter DeFazio, D-OR
"It will not add cost any more than printing “red dye no. 2” on the label adds cost to the label. It will add no cost. It would have a uniform national standard. You wouldn’t have to worry about a proliferation of the States, and then you wouldn’t have to contradict yourselves as Republicans when, every day, you are down here screaming about states’ rights, and now, when States do something you don’t like: Oh, my God, states’ rights, out of here."
Congratulating Tony Iovinelli On His 40Th Anniversary At Turano Bakery July 15, 2015
Peter Roskam, R-IL
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to congratulate Mr. Tony Iovinelli on his recent 40th anniversary at Turano Baking Company, a nationwide leader in baked products. Tony started his career at Turano at the ripe old age of 16, in an ominous-sounding set of circumstances. You see, Mr. Speaker, Tony was dating the owner’s daughter-in-law, and a job he had lined up at a printing company fell through. But contrary to the stories fathers tell the boyfriends of their daughters, this is not a story that has a bad ending. It is a story that has a good ending. Over many years, Tony and the Turano family have worked together and supported each other and ultimately achieved a remarkable thing, and that is the growth of a small-time family business into a leading national brand. For Tony, it all started during high school, when he began working after class cleaning the bakery. In the summers, he would work full-time, cleaning and helping out in the packaging department. After graduating high school, he went on to attend a local college, where he was able to continue working at the bakery in the evenings. As his years at the bakery piled up, Tony took on more senior roles. He became shipping supervisor. After expressing an interest in learning the production side of the business, and through a lot of hard work and dedication, Tony was eventually promoted to plant manager, supervising the day-to-day operations of Turano’s Berwyn, Illinois production facility. For 40 years, Tony has worked in many roles at the bakery. As he wistfully recalls, “I came for the summer and never left.” In Tony’s 40 years of service, Turano has grown tremendously. Long gone are the days of the original 1,000 square foot facility. Turano has established new product lines, expanded into new plants in Bolingbrook, IL, Villa Rica, GA, and Orlando, FL. They now offer delivery across the United States. In today’s economy, it is easy to overlook the significance of a successful, 40 year long career with one employer. But I want the House to pause for a moment and reflect on the incredible loyalty and commitment Tony’s journey shows. And by the way, after 40 years, he’s still going strong. Mr. Speaker and Distinguished Colleagues, please join me in congratulating Tony Iovinelli on his remarkable 40 years of service at Turano Baking Company and wishing him every success for the years to come."

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