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June 28, 2013

House Record - Thursday, June 27, 2013

  1. The House met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore (Mr. Poe of Texas).
  2. DESIGNATION OF SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  3. MORNING-HOUR DEBATE
  4. WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES
  5. HONORING MAX FLEISCHMANN, JR., A GREAT AMERICAN FROM THE GREATEST GENERATION
  6. SEQUESTER
  7. ATTACK ON SHIITE MUSLIMS IN EGYPT
  8. END HUNGER NOW
  9. FREEDOM IN THE BALANCE
  10. ``REDSKIN'' OFFENSIVE TO NATIVE AMERICANS
  11. PRESIDENT PANDERING TO ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS
  12. STRUGGLE FOR EQUALITY
  13. OFFSHORE ENERGY AND JOBS ACT
  14. THE DEFEAT OF THE FARM BILL
  15. COAL
  16. AMERICAN ENERGY
  17. IN REMEMBRANCE OF THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG
  18. RECESS
  19. AFTER RECESS
  20. PRAYER
  21. THE JOURNAL
  22. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  23. WELCOMING CHAPLAIN ANGEL BERRIOS
  24. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  25. IMPRISONMENT FOR TAX TARGETING OF AMERICANS ACT OF 2013
  26. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  27. OFFSHORE ENERGY AND JOBS ACT
  28. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  29. NATIONAL PTSD AWARENESS MONTH
  30. STUDENT LOAN INTEREST RATE SET TO DOUBLE
  31. CONGRATULATING DUBOIS AREA MIDDLE SCHOOL
  32. EQUALITY FOR ALL
  33. SUPPORT THE ROMEIKE FAMILY
  34. BATTLING CLIMATE CHANGE
  35. OBAMA'S WAR ON COAL
  36. THE SUPREME COURT'S VOTING RIGHTS DECISION
  37. RECOGNIZING THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS
  38. REAUTHORIZE THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  39. OBAMACARE EXCHANGES
  40. THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  41. THE OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF TRANSBOUNDARY HYDROCARBON AGREEMENTS AUTHORIZATION ACT
  42. RESTORE THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  43. HONORING THE LIFE OF LIEUTENANT GENERAL RICHARD J. SEITZ
  44. THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  45. STOPPING STUDENT LOAN INTEREST RATES FROM DOUBLING
  46. CONGRATULATING ELIZABETH PALAFOX
  47. JOBS IN THE FOREST PRODUCTS INDUSTRY
  48. STATISTICS 2013
  49. IN MEMORY OF VINCE FLYNN
  50. JUSTICE PREVAILS
  51. ANOTHER DAY AT THE IRS, ANOTHER SCANDAL
  52. IMMIGRATION
  53. THANK YOU TO CARL MEYER FOR HIS SERVICE TO PARKLAND COLLEGE AND CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
  54. VETERAN SPOUSE EQUAL TREATMENT ACT
  55. OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF TRANSBOUNDARY HYDROCARBON AGREEMENTS AUTHORIZATION ACT
  56. INSPECTOR GENERAL INVESTIGATION OF ALLEGATIONS OF RETALIATORY PERSONNEL ACTIONS TAKEN IN RESPONSE TO MAKING PROTECTED COMMUNICATIONS REGARDING SEXUAL ASSAULT
  57. MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
  58. OFFSHORE ENERGY AND JOBS ACT
  59. NOTIFICATION OF INTENT TO SUSPEND DESIGNATION OF BAN GLA DESH AS A BENEFICIARY DEVELOPING COUNTRY—MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (H. DOC. NO. 113-42)
  60. RECESS
  61. AFTER RECESS
  62. COMMUNICATION FROM THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE
  63. OFFSHORE ENERGY AND JOBS ACT
  64. STUDENT LOANS
  65. SUPREME COURT DECISION ON VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  66. BORDER SECURITY
  67. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  68. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  69. SAVE THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965
  70. STUDENT LOAN RATES
  71. BALDWIN STREET MIDDLE SCHOOL, A SCHOOL TO WATCH
  72. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  73. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  74. INVESTIGATING POSSIBLE UNETHICAL ACTIVITIES
  75. STUDENT LOAN RATES
  76. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  77. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  78. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  79. VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  80. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  81. MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
  82. HONORING JOHN DINGELL
  83. HONORING JOHN DINGELL
  84. PROVIDING FOR A CONDITIONAL ADJOURNMENT OR RECESS OF THE SENATE AND AN ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
  85. ADJOURNMENT
  86. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
  87. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  88. PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  89. CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY STATEMENT
  90. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

Extension of Remarks:
  1. OPPOSING H.R. 1911, SMARTER SOLUTIONS FOR STUDENTS ACT — HON. TONY CÁRDENAS 
  2. IN HONOR OF SHEILA STUART — HON. SAM FARR 
  3. IN RECOGNITION OF NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES DESIGNATION — HON. REID J. RIBBLE 
  4. HONORING ANGIE MCDONALD'S RETIREMENT AFTER 23 YEARS OF TEACHING — HON. JOE BARTON 
  5. HONORING AVIS PARMAN — HON. SAM GRAVES 
  6. HONORING DE'ONTAY DE'CAROL JONES
  7. PERSONAL EXPLANATION
  8. MARKETING THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF THE KOREAN WAR
  9. HONORING KATRINA CLARK, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE FAIR HAVEN COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER ON THE OCCASION OF HER RETIREMENT
  10. HONORING DARRIN ARNOLD — HON. SAM GRAVES 
  11. HONORING COLONEL ROBERT L. HOWARD-MOH
  12. HONORING CHARKYRIA SAMONE EVANS
  13. SECTION 5 OF THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT
  14. IN HONOR OF BRENDA BATTAT FOR HER SERVICE TO THE HEARING LOSS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

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