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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Conference Report On S. 524, Comprehensive Addiction And Recovery Act Of 2016 July 8, 2016
Nancy Pelosi, D-CA
"Mr. Speaker, I thank the gentleman for yielding. I thank him for his excellent work in bringing this bipartisan legislation to the floor. With all due respect to Mr. Goodlatte, I credibly come to the floor to say that this bill does not provide the funding that we need to address the opioid crisis in our country."
Military Construction And Veterans Affairs And Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2017 May 19, 2016
Scott Perry, R-PA
"Mr. Chairman, I just want to reiterate that this does not take this tool out of the toolbox. It just doesn’t require it. With all due respect to those who say, well, it stops strikes from happening and it makes sure it is on time and on budget, a simple contract that millions of Americans sign every single day without a project labor agreement does that already."
Opioid Program Evaluation Act May 10, 2016
Steny Hoyer, D-MD
"Mr. Speaker, I thank my friend, the ranking member and former chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and, if I could say, in a bipartisan bill, maybe the next chairman of the Judiciary Committee, with all due respect to my friend Mr. Goodlatte. I thank the gentleman very much for bringing this bill to the floor."
Legislative Program April 21, 2016
Steny Hoyer, D-MD
"Does the gentleman have any thoughts on that? Because, if you are contemplating an appropriations process, Mr. Leader, with all due respect, past history would tell us, over the last few years—again, forgetting about who is to blame for it—the appropriations process does not get done in a timely fashion."
Filling The Supreme Court Vacancy April 12, 2016
Harry Reid, D-NV
"On Monday the chairman of the Judiciary Committee took to the Des Moines Register, the very newspaper that has pointedly and repeatedly criticized his unprecedented obstruction, but the case Senator Grassley made in his op-ed only left Iowans scratching their heads. In effect, the senior Senator from Iowa said it is no big deal that we only have eight Justices on the Supreme Court. It is no big deal that our Nation’s highest Court is deadlocking on important cases. With all due respect, that is the type of argument one makes knowing that logic and reason is not on your side, when you know the Constitution is not on your side."

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