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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Bipartisan Sportsmen’S Act Of 2014—Continued June 25, 2014
Sheldon Whitehouse, D-RI
"We also realize we have different perspectives on what those solutions should look like. I live in a State that is harmed by carbon pollution, and Senator Manchin is from a State that sees economic benefit from coal. We believe we could both learn more about those different perspectives. So I am committing to travel with Senator Manchin to West Virginia to see the coal plants that power many parts of our country and meet the people there working to curb pollution and improve efficiency, and I invite Senator Manchin to Rhode Island to see how climate change is taking its toll on our shorelines and marine industries."
Celebrating Wild And Wonderful West Virginia June 20, 2014
David McKinley, R-WV
"Madam Speaker, I ask that we wish a happy birthday to West Virginia."
Honoring Former U.S. Representative Mick Staton April 29, 2014
Shelley Capito, R-WV
"More evident than Mick’s tremendous dedication to West Virginia was his devotion to his family. He and his wife, Lynn, shared a true partnership in life, giving them faith and support to persevere through his difficult health challenges."
Tribute To Mary “Josie” Cuda April 29, 2014
Shelley Capito, R-WV
"Since leaving the Randolph County Housing Authority, Josie’s attention has remained focused on community and housing development. She has worked with CommunityWorks and the West Virginia Community Development Hub to bring Achieving Excellence in Community Development to West Virginia, a program which helps provide training to non-profit organizations working to improve their communities. So far, ten housing organizations and sixteen community groups have utilized this program in West Virginia."
Comprehensive Veterans Health And Benefits And Military Retirement Pay Restoration Act Of 2014—Motion To Proceed—Continued February 25, 2014
Bernard Sanders, I-VT
"In March of 1969, Miles Epling was on patrol in Vietnam when a booby trap detonated, killing some of his fellow marines and leaving him without legs. He returned home to West Virginia in a wheelchair. From that point on, he has required around-the-clock help from those around him. His family provided that help without receiving any training, any assistance or any financial support."

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