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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

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Stennis Center Program For Congressional Interns July 24, 2014
Thad Cochran, R-MS
"Brennen Bergdahl, attending the University of North Dakota, interning in the office of Representative Kevin Cramer; Samantha Bisogno, attending the University of Minnesota Duluth, interning in the office of Representative Rick Nolan; Ariel Lee Bothen, attending the University of Maine, interning in the office of Senator Angus King; Tyler Brown, attending The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University, interning in the office of Representative Erik Paulsen; Paul Bruins, attending the University of Illinois, interning in the office of Representative Rodney Davis; Molly Cain, attending Stanford University, interning in the office of Senator Chris Coons; Simon Cardenas, attending the University of the Incarnate Word, interning in the office of Representative Ruben Hinojosa; Sarah Carnes, attending the University of Georgia, interning in the office of Representative Sanford Bishop; MaryBeth Cox, attending Mississippi State University, interning in the office of Senator Thad Cochran; Will Giles, attending Duke University, interning in the office of Representative Ralph Hall; Sophia Herzlinger, attending Tufts University, interning in the office of Representative Alan Lowenthal; Ben Hutterer, attending The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University, interning in the office of Senator Al Franken; Natasha Jensen, attending Northern Illinois University, interning in the office of Representative Robin Kelly; Kaitlyn Kline, attending South Dakota State University, interning in the office of Representative Kevin Cramer; Namrata Kolla, attending the Georgia Institute of Technology, interning in the office of Representative Sanford Bishop; Adam Lewis, attending Willamette University, interning in the office of Representative Peter DeFazio; Emily Madden, attending the University of Dallas, interning in the office of Senator Mike Enzi; James Moody, attending Louisiana State University, interning in the office of Senator Thad Cochran; Mackenzie Muirhead, attending the University of Wyoming, interning in the office of Senator Mike Enzi; Harnek Neelam, attending the University of Michigan, interning in the office of Representative John Conyers, Jr.; Meghan Oakes, attending Virginia Tech University, interning on the House Committee on Ways and Means; Caleb Orr, attending Abilene Christian University, interning in the office of Representative Ralph Hall; Meg Richardson, attending Smith College, interning in the office of Senator Angus King; Sapna Sharma, attending Carnegie Mellon University, interning in the office of Senator Debbie Stabenow; Rachel Shields, attending Wake Forest University School of Law, interning in the office of the Speaker of the House; Julia Winfield, attending the University of Michigan, interning in the office of Senator Debbie Stabenow; and Shannel Wise, attending Howard University, interning in the office of Representative John Conyers, Jr."
Carnes Nomination July 21, 2014
Johnny Isakson, R-GA
"Charlie Carnes was my mentor in the Georgia General Assembly for 12 years before he was appointed to be a State court judge in Fulton County, the largest county in the State of Georgia. Charlie is looking down on the daughter he is so proud of, and he is so proud that she is going to be confirmed by the Senate to one of the highest court appointments she could possibly achieve."
Protect Women’S Health From Corporate Interference Act July 16, 2014
Johnny Isakson, R-GA
"Let me talk about Noah Harris. Noah Harris was a cheerleader at the University of Georgia. On the Saturday before 9/11 in 2001, he was in Sanford Stadium with 92,000 fans of the Georgia Bulldogs cheering on the team."
Workforce Innovation And Opportunity Act June 25, 2014
Lamar Alexander, R-TN
"We had a number of Republican Senators whom Senator Isakson and I worked with, and I would like to acknowledge their role, starting with Senator Isakson. He was the majority leader of the Georgia—well, I guess he was the minority leader of the Georgia Senate. He was the Republican leader. At that time, they didn’t have a majority; they just had a few Senators. But he learned the skills of negotiation and compromise in order to get a result, while still sticking to his conservative principles, and I like to see that skill. So on our side of the aisle he gets most of the credit for the result we are getting."
Water Resources Reform And Development Act Of 2014 May 22, 2014
Doug Collins, R-GA
"Mr. Speaker, I strongly commend Chairman Shuster and Ranking Member Rahall for bringing conference report for the Water Resources and Reform Development Act to the floor. It represents a great bipartisan effort on one of Congress’ true article one responsibilities, providing for America’s infrastructure. In northeast Georgia, the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP) means jobs. Georgia’s 9th Congressional District shipped more than 10,780 tons of goods through Georgia ports in 2013 alone. As a member of the Georgia House of Representatives, I fought for Georgia’s investment in SHEP to get the project moving, and now as a member of the United States House of Representatives, I’m proud to vote in favor of the federal government living up to its promise of matching funds. Deepening this harbor from 42 to 47 feet will allow new supertankers to use the port to transport Georgia products all over the world."

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