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Entry Title Date
Welcoming Chaplain Brian Bohlman July 23, 2015
Joe Wilson, R-SC
"Chaplain Bohlman, a native of Bel Air, Maryland, now resides in West Columbia, South Carolina. Lieutenant Colonel Bohlman is a dedicated member of the South Carolina Air National Guard."
Honoring Major General Michael R. Regner July 22, 2015
Walter Jones, R-NC
"Their family includes their oldest son, Michael, who is serving in the Marine Corps as an Infantry Officer, and he is married to Erin, who is busy raising three small children, Michael, Caroline and Charlie. Their daughter, Julia Linton, is working for the South Carolina Research Authority, in Charleston, S.C., as a Project Administrator for SC Launch. Julia and John, an attorney, are expecting their first child. Finally, John Regner, their youngest child, is a high school teacher in Lynchburg, VA, and his wife, Katie, is a social worker."
Congressional Black Caucus July 16, 2015
Barbara Lee, D-CA
"Late Wednesday night, as the South Carolina legislature debated bringing down the Confederate battle flag that had flown over its statehouse, Congressman Ken Calvert, a Republican from California, introduced an amendment—in the dark of night—to allow for the sale and display of this symbol of hate in our national parks and federal cemeteries."
Confederate Battle Flag July 10, 2015
Steve Cohen, D-TN
"Madam Speaker, today is a proud day in the State of South Carolina and should be a proud day throughout the South in the United States of America, for the South Carolina legislature, under the direction of their Governor, took down the Confederate flag that flew on their capitol."
Department Of The Interior, Environment, And Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2016 July 8, 2015
Betty McCollum, D-MN
"We have read about the divisive tactics happening in the South Carolina statehouse as they debate the removal of the Confederate flag after the murder of nine Black parishioners."

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