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Entry Title Date
Protecting Cyber Networks Act April 22, 2015
Mick Mulvaney, R-SC
"With all due respect due to the chairman, both as the chair of the committee and a Member of this body and a friend of mine, I will politely decline his request."
Legislative Program April 16, 2015
Steny Hoyer, D-MD
"I think the gentleman knows that I am one of the biggest proponents of paying for things, which is why I voted against your two tax bills on the floor today. They are not paid for, and $300 billion of revenue will be reduced. That will exacerbate the deficit. That is why we have PAYGO. So I am supportive of PAYGO, but I would like to see if we can reach a bipartisan agreement on a pay-for which does not undermine the operations of the consumer financial protection board. I know your side, with all due respect, Mr. Leader, does not like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and would like to repeal it and reduce its funding greatly. We disagree with that. We have a great disagreement on that proposition."
Preserving Access To Manufactured Housing Act Of 2015 April 14, 2015
Terri Sewell, D-AL
"With all due respect, I don’t see this as a predatory lending bill. This is all about access to affordability. I, like the ranking member, strongly advocate against predatory lending, would not be supportive of an industry that preys upon the most vulnerable in the community."
Iran April 13, 2015
Scott Perry, R-PA
"Finally, with your indulgence, Madam Speaker, we are told that this is a good deal and we should just trust the administration. With all due respect, I think it is important to review the recent foreign policy issues and the record. I am just going to highlight a couple of events that you might be familiar with."
Concurrent Resolution On The Budget, Fiscal Year 2016—Continued March 24, 2015
Bernard Sanders, I-VT
"In terms of the overall Republican budget—and I say this with all due respect—one of the reasons I suspect that the media is not particularly interested in this budget is because when they look at it, they find it to be so preposterous, so unbelievable, and so unrealistic that nobody really takes it seriously, and certainly many of the major provisions in it are not going to be turned into law."

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