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Providing For Congressional Disapproval Of A Rule Submitted By The Environmental Protection Agency November 17, 2015
Bill Nelson, D-FL
"Commercial companies are also making great use of the space station for medical research, and one company is even 3D-printing tools right now on the space station. So the bill extends the operations of the International Space Station to provide certainty to industry and to the international community that the station will be around not just to 2016, not just to 2020 but now, as we put it in the bill, at least to 2024. I think we will see efforts later on that it will even be extended beyond 2024. It is fitting that I mention that because this month we are celebrating the 15th anniversary of continuous human presence aboard the ISS—15 years we have had humans up there on an around-the-clock basis."
Honoring Albert M. Elias October 22, 2015
Raúl Grijalva, D-AZ
"Using the printing skills he honed for most of his life, the knowledge he gained over more than six decades of how the printed word can help realize worthy goals, and the personal contacts his honesty, integrity and goodwill forged, Albert achieved much and has helped others achieve even more in advancing political movements, and the labor movement in particular."
Swimming, Biking And Running To 375 October 7, 2015
Pete Olson, R-TX
"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."
Energy And Water Development And Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2016—Motion To Proceed October 7, 2015
Lamar Alexander, R-TN
"What about the National Laboratories? The National Laboratories are the source of the research that produces the jobs that gives us our family incomes. One of them is in Tennessee, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. I was there the other day. They have a new thing called additive manufacturing, where they are 3-D printing automobiles. Let me say that again: 3-D printing automobiles or parts of automobiles. It may revolutionize manufacturing in America and the world as much as unconventional gas and oil has revolutionized our national energy policy."
Manufacturing Day September 30, 2015
David Cicilline, D-RI
"Today, advanced manufacturing fields like 3-D printing, medical device production, and renewable energy offer the promise of new opportunities to a new generation of Rhode Island and American workers. It is critical that we seize these opportunities to help our country lead the world in manufacturing."

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