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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Nuclear Agreement With Iran February 4, 2016
Christopher Coons, D-DE
"Today I wanted to focus on one of the most vital elements of the nuclear deal—the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or the nuclear deal with Iran, which is the dramatic increase in access and surveillance that the International Atomic Energy Agency, or the IAEA, has gained through this agreement."
Palestinian Terrorists Remain Unprosecuted February 2, 2016
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"An article from the Texas Tribune points out that Governor Greg Abbott and my friend, Democrat U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, “pressed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Monday to explain why the agency plans to reduce its aerial surveillance on the Texas-Mexico border.”"
In Memory Of Tamon Arence Willis January 13, 2016
Ted Poe, R-TX
"Word spread fast in the small community; tragic events and loss have a way of bringing people together. The Willis family soon found themselves surrounded by friends and family members, while authorities released a surveillance video from the convenience store of the vehicle in question. The search for the cowardly driver was on."
Protecting Our Second Amendment Rights January 7, 2016
Steve Russell, R-OK
"What about the terrorist watch list? Nobody on the terrorist watch list ought to be able to own a firearm. The terrorist watch list is only on suspicion—no court, no rule of law, no jury of your peers. It is on suspicion for surveillance, and it can be done bureaucratically and administratively. In fact, we have had several Members of Congress, such as my colleague from Alaska, Don Young, who was falsely and inadvertently put on the terrorist watch list. Under this line of thinking, his Second Amendment rights would be removed."
A Tribute To Peter Gold January 5, 2016
John Mica, R-FL
"While driving through New Orleans’ Lower Garden District following his shift at a local hospital, Peter, a fourth year medical student at Tulane University, without regard for his own safety, rushed to the aid of a woman being attacked. Successfully foiling the crime, Peter was shot once in the abdomen before the perpetrator attempted to shoot him in the head twice with his gun jamming. A surveillance camera recorded the harrowing event. Its release, which millions have viewed, has been an inspiration, giving us hope as we face the realities of Edmund Burke’s famous words, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”"

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