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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Honoring Greek American Educators February 4, 2016
Gus Bilirakis, R-FL
"The V. Rev. Fr. James Rousakis, Vicar for Western Florida, is a dear friend from Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Tarpon Springs, Florida, who demonstrates a tireless effort to preserve the Greek-American Orthodox values and instill the Hellenic culture to the next generation of Greek-Americans. He has served the Orthodox faithful in Rochester, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Portland, Maine; Indianapolis, Indiana; Clearwater and now Tarpon Springs, Florida. With his boundless energy, Father James has helped to foster incredible growth in the membership and ministries at Holy Trinity."
Granite Staters Cope With Heroin Epidemic February 1, 2016
Frank Guinta, R-NH
"Mr. Speaker, I rise to recognize selfless Granite Staters, helping our State cope with the deadly heroin epidemic. Last month, in Rochester, I visited Hope on Haven Hill. Kerry Norton and Colene Arnold founded the charity to help pregnant New Hampshire mothers recover from heroin addiction and improve the health of their newborns."
In Recognition Of Michael Salazar December 8, 2015
Jackie Speier, D-CA
"Michael was born in San Francisco and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Rochester, New York."
In Honor Of Frederick Douglass October 8, 2015
Elijah Cummings, D-MD
"In 1852, Mr. Douglass gave what is regarded as the greatest abolitionist speech, “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” in RochesterNY."
The Progressive Caucus October 8, 2015
Louise Slaughter, D-NY
"Congressional districts throughout this country, including my own of Rochester, New York, will find it very difficult to survive another trade deal that sends our jobs overseas to countries that ignore human rights violations and undermine our laws in public health here at home. During my time in Congress, I have never seen a trade agreement that the United States participated in that benefited either the American manufacturer or the American worker, and everything I know about Trans-Pacific Partnership suggests it will be more of the same."

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