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Entry Title Date
Ratepayer Protection Act Of 2015 June 24, 2015
Barry Loudermilk, R-GA
"What the administration does not want us to know is that these standards would wreak havoc on our economy and inflict enormous costs on the American consumer. According to the National Economic Research Associates, these regulations would increase electricity prices in my home State of Georgia by 12 percent."
No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal June 24, 2015
George Holding, R-NC
"Mr. Speaker, the administration needs to prevent Iran from having a pathway to the bomb. They need to hold good on their word that no deal is better than a bad deal."
Nuclear Agreement With Iran June 24, 2015
Daniel Coats, R-IN
"In May, I and many of my colleagues worked hard to impose a requirement for the administration to present any Iran deal to Congress. Despite strong opposition from the Obama administration, 99 of the 100 Senators were convinced that Congress must have the ability to evaluate in detail every aspect of a negotiated settlement and how it is to be imposed, how it is to be monitored, and verified. That is our core task once a deal is presented to us. It is an immensely important duty of historic dimensions."
Defending Public Safety Employees’ Retirement Act June 24, 2015
John Cornyn, R-TX
"If the Court rules against the IRS, it will literally be the third strike against ObamaCare from the Supreme Court of the United States. It would serve as yet another reminder of the administration‘s overreach of its authority under the Constitution—a practice that has become disturbingly routine."
U.S. And European Support For Allies Threatened By Russia June 24, 2015
Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH
"Through the European Reassurance Initiative, the administration has pledged $1 billion to bolster U.S. military deployments, to increase our training exercises, and to step up our partnerships with allies, including the Baltic States, Poland, Ukraine, Moldavia, and Georgia as they strengthen their own defenses. I was pleased to learn last week that the administration is planning to preposition tanks and other heavy weaponry in the Baltic States and in Eastern Europe to support training with regional allies and to show resolve in the face of Russian threats."

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