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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Make It In America: Infrastructure January 27, 2015
Marcy Kaptur, D-OH
"I rise this evening to join both of you. Obviously, I am in a different part of the country, but we understand what it means to Make It In America. I think the last company in Washington, D.C., our Nation’s Capital, was the old Government Printing Office that used to print some of its goods here, but it doesn’t anymore."
Free Trade Agreements January 27, 2015
Mark Pocan, D-WI
"This is an issue that goes far back for me. When I was 23, I started a small business in Madison, Wisconsin, a specialty printing business. One of the things we did is source American-made and union-made products. We screen-printed T-shirts and did promotional items like pens and lapel pins we wear as Members of Congress, all things that were done in the United States."
Recognizing The Service Of Dr. Dale Patterson, Pastor Of East Brent Baptist Church In Pensacola, Florida January 12, 2015
Jeff Miller, R-FL
"As an additional procedure along with the computerization of this information, the Office of the Senate Daily Digest will prepare this information for printing in the Extensions of Remarks section of the Congressional Record on Monday and Wednesday of each week."
Procedures For The Use Of Staff Deposition Authority January 7, 2015
Pete Sessions, R-TX
"Mr. Speaker, pursuant to section 3(b)(2) of House Resolution 5, 114th Congress, and section 4(c)(5)(B) of House Resolution 567, 113th Congress, I hereby submit the following regulations regarding the conduct of depositions by committee and select committee staff for printing in the Congressional Record:"
Equality For All December 1, 2014
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"Rogers, last week, argued that Congress could not block funding for Obama’s executive amnesty because the agency that will be printing the work authorization and other documents for illegal aliens—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)—operates primarily on fees it collects rather than from tax revenue collected by the Federal Government."

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