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Entry Title Date
Immigration Reform November 19, 2014
Harry Reid, D-NV
"Did he just dream this up one night meeting with his staff? Did someone suddenly come to him and say, I have a great idea. Why don’t we try to do something different? He is going to do something that has been tried 39 times since Dwight Eisenhower was President. Virtually every President since Eisenhower was President has done Executive actions as relates to immigration."
Approval Of The Keystone Xl Pipeline November 13, 2014
Lois Capps, D-CA
"In 1969, my home district experienced one of the worst oil spills in U.S. history. I saw firsthand the devastating damage to our local economy, to human health, property, and natural resources. We have seen this happen far too many times since then in communities around the country. The Deepwater Horizon disaster cost 11 lives, billions of dollars in economic damages, and untold devastation to the delicate ecosystem of the gulf."
Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2015 September 18, 2014
Ted Cruz, R-TX
"To be fair, majority leaders in both parties have used this trick in the past. The previous six majority leaders used the procedural trick of filling the tree a total of 40 times. The current Democratic majority leader has used it almost 90 times since 2006. The current majority leader has used it more than double what his six previous predecessors did. Roughly two-thirds of the time this procedural trick has been employed, it has been by the majority leader of this body."
Legislative Session September 17, 2014
Mark Udall, D-CO
"How do we keep LWCF strong? Even though LWCF has been successful by any measure, while enjoying strong bipartisan support, the program has only been fully funded two times since its enacting law in 1964 promised $900 million in annual funding. That is right—only two times out of the last 50 years. LWCF is a victim of the uncertainty of the annual appropriations cycle, which leaves a huge unmet need in Colorado and across our country. That is why I have been fighting—joined by many of my colleagues on both sides of the aisle—for full, permanent funding of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. I am very pleased to be working with Senator Wyden, Senator Heinrich, and others on a fix that would fulfill the LWCF promise. This is a promise to our kids, our grandkids, and all generations down the line, and we have an obligation to keep it."
Reauthorization Of The Defense Production Act July 29, 2014
Ed Perlmutter, D-CO
"Congress has reauthorized the DPA on a bipartisan basis approximately 50 times since its first enactment in 1950. It has been used by all administrations since President Truman during both peace and times of conflict to support the national security programs of the United States of America."

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