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Entry Title Date
Celebrating Ivanhoe Donaldson April 26, 2016
Eleanor Norton, D-DC
"Ivanhoe took risks as an SNCC activist and went on to build a reputation for political savvy in the 1960s and 1970s. He became a leading operative in Julian Bond’s bid for a seat in the Georgia House of Representatives, Richard Hatcher’s mayoral campaign in Gary, Indiana, and Marion Barry’s campaign for office in D.C., which ushered in a new era of black political leadership. Ivanhoe leaves many friends across the country from the civil rights movement to many residents of the District of Columbia."
The Week In Review April 21, 2016
Louie Gohmert, R-TX
"Mr. Speaker, I so much appreciate my colleague and friend talking about the Georgia election. We should be encouraging fair elections everywhere and, when they are not fair, calling those to account."
Recognizing Mr. Charles Skipper April 15, 2016
Buddy Carter, R-GA
"One of his most passionate endeavors, Mr. Skipper coached the Brunswick High School baseball team for 28 years, 5 of them as head coach. Brunswick High Baseball won 314 games during the time he was on the coaching staff for a win percentage of 60 percent. In total, Coach Skipper coached Brunswick High School in 12 playoff appearances, including sub-region championships in 2004 and 2007. He was named to be a coach on the Georgia Dugout Club All-State team in 2007 and 2011 and has received the Quarter Century Award for service to the game of baseball by the American Baseball Coaches Association."
Recognizing State Senator Tommie Williams March 15, 2016
Buddy Carter, R-GA
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to recognize Senator Tommie Williams and his retirement from the Georgia State Senate."
National Sea Grant College Program Amendments Act Of 2015—Continued March 15, 2016
Bill Nelson, D-FL
"But the administration then went on to offer for lease tracks of the Atlantic Ocean from the Georgia line all the way through the Carolinas, including up to the northern end of Virginia—very interesting. Just this morning the administration has walked back the offering of those leases off the eastern seaboard of the United States."

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