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House Record - March 4, 2013

  1. The House met at noon and was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore (Mr. Messer).
  2. DESIGNATION OF SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  3. MORNING-HOUR DEBATE
  4. UNFUNDED MANDATES INFORMATION AND TRANSPARENCY ACT
  5. DOING OUR BUSINESS DIFFERENTLY
  6. THE PARADOX OF HUNGER AND OBESITY
  7. RECESS
  8. AFTER RECESS
  9. PRAYER
  10. THE JOURNAL
  11. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  12. PRESIDENT'S SEQUESTER CREATES RISKS
  13. PUT AMERICA FIRST
  14. ENHANCING THE HEALTH OF OUR YOUTH
  15. SEQUESTRATION
  16. SEQUESTER IN PERSPECTIVE
  17. MEDICARE ADVANTAGE AND THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
  18. HONORING THE CENTENNIAL OF THE TOWN OF HAYESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
  19. COMMUNICATION FROM THE DEMOCRATIC LEADER
  20. APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS TO UNITED STATES GROUP OF THE NATO PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY
  21. COMMUNICATION FROM THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE
  22. CONTINUATION OF THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY WITH RESPECT TO THE SITUATION IN ZIMBABWE—MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (H. DOC. NO. 113-14)
  23. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  24. COMMUNICATION FROM THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE
  25. RECESS
  26. AFTER RECESS
  27. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  28. PANDEMIC AND ALL-HAZARDS PREPAREDNESS REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2013
  29. COMMUNICATION FROM THE DEMOCRATIC LEADER
  30. RECESS
  31. AFTER RECESS
  32. PANDEMIC AND ALL-HAZARDS PREPAREDNESS REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2013
  33. COMMUNICATION FROM CHAIR OF COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
  34. PRESERVING THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS
  35. THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF WOMEN
  36. MS. MORGAN—THE TEACHER; KARA ALEXANDER—THE STUDENT
  37. RECOGNIZING FRANCES PERKINS
  38. PASSING THE SAFE SCHOOLS ACT
  39. COMMEMORATING THE LEGACY OF JEANNETTE RANKIN
  40. CLEAN ENERGY AND EXTREME WEATHER
  41. SPORTSMANSHIP ON DISPLAY IN EL PASO HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL RIVALRY
  42. HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF SERGEANT GARY MORALES
  43. GOP FRESHMAN CLASS HOUR: THE SECOND AMENDMENT
  44. CBC HOUR: THE IMPACT OF SEQUESTRATION
  45. LEAVE OF ABSENCE
  46. SENATE ENROLLED BILL SIGNED
  47. ADJOURNMENT
  48. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
  49. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  50. CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY STATEMENT
  51. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
  52. CONGRESSIONAL EARMARKS, LIMITED TAX BENEFITS, OR LIMITED TARIFF BENEFITS
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)


Extension of Remarks:
  1. 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY ALLIANCE IN JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA — HON. ANDER CRENSHAW 
  2. IN RECOGNITION OF THE HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE NURSES ASSOCIATION ON THEIR 27TH ANNIVERSARY — HON. LOIS CAPPS 
  3. NASHVILLE HIGH SCHOOL HORNETTES — HON. JOHN SHIMKUS 
  4. IN HONOR OF PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEER NICHOLAS CASTLE — HON. SAM FARR 
  5. IN RECOGNITION OF THE COMMUNITY SERVICE AND COURAGE OF MARGARET ``PEGGY SUE'' O'DONNELL
  6. LAS VEGAS DANCE TROUPE TO PERFORM IN INAUGURAL PARADE
  7. PERSONAL EXPLANATION
  8. RECOGNIZING MINNETONKA GIRLS ALPINE SKI TEAM
  9. HONORING HAROLD O. BOUCHARD
  10. IN RECOGNITION OF RON CRITELLI
  11. COMMEMORATING EDWARD H. LOCKWOOD
  12. IDAHO'S TERRITORIAL SESQUICENTENNIAL
  13. HONORING NIELS CHEW
  14. VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2013
  15. RECOGNIZING CHASKA HIGH SCHOOL'S CHAMPION GIRLS JAZZ AND HIGH KICK DANCE TEAM
  16. IN RECOGNITION OF CLARK E. GUINAN
  17. RECOGNIZING ANN THOMPSON AS THE 2014 SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA TEACHER OF THE YEAR
  18. ALLEGANY COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR RETIRES AFTER 21 YEARS OF SERVICE
  19. HONORING ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY
  20. CONGRATULATIONS MONTANA SPECIAL OLYMPIANS
  21. PAYING TRIBUTE TO ELLEN K. ANNALA, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE UNITED WAY OF CENTRAL INDIANA
  22. IN RECOGNITION OF CASIMIR PULASKI DAY
  23. JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE RECOGNIZED AS A ``TREE CAMPUS USA'' COLLEGE FOR THE FOURTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR
  24. ACKNOWLEDGING ADVOCACY AND PUBLIC SERVICE OF MEMBERS OF THE LINKS, INCORPORATED
  25. HONORING JERRY BARBER
  26. JOHN ``JACK'' HEIDECKER HAZLETON LODGE #2000``2012/13 ELK OF THE YEAR'' — HON. LOU BARLETTA 
  27. PERSONAL EXPLANATION
  28. SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
  29. MEETINGS SCHEDULED
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

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