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August 2, 2013

Senate Record - Thursday, August 1, 2013

  1. The Senate met at 9:30 a.m. and was called to order by the Honorable Brian Schatz, a Senator from the State of Hawaii.
  2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  3. APPOINTMENT OF ACTING PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE
  4. RECOGNITION OF THE MAJORITY LEADER
  5. SCHEDULE
  6. RECOGNITION OF THE MINORITY LEADER
  7. COMMENDING DAVID J. SCHIAPPA
  8. COMMENDING DAVID J. SCHIAPPA
  9. COMMENDING ROHIT KUMAR
  10. MORNING BUSINESS
  11. TRIBUTE TO DAVID SCHIAPPA
  12. OBAMACARE
  13. TRIBUTE TO DAVID LYLES
  14. TRIBUTE TO DAVE SCHIAPPA
  15. OBAMACARE
  16. CONCLUSION OF MORNING BUSINESS
  17. EXECUTIVE SESSION
  18. LEGISLATIVE SESSION
  19. CLOTURE MOTION
  20. HIGH SPEED RAIL PERMITTING
  21. RECESS
  22. EXECUTIVE SESSION
  23. LEGISLATIVE SESSION
  24. PROMOTING ENERGY SAVINGS IN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS AND INDUSTRY—MOTION TO PROCEED
  25. PROVIDING FOR A CONDITIONAL ADJOURNMENT OR RECESS OF THE SENATE AND ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
  26. PROMOTING ENERGY SAVINGS IN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS AND INDUSTRY—MOTION TO PROCEED—Continued
  27. THANKING STAFF
  28. UNANIMOUS CONSENT AGREEMENT—S.1392
  29. MORNING BUSINESS
  30. INTERCHANGE FEE RULEMAKING
  31. TRIBUTE TO GLENN POSHARD
  32. POLITICAL PRISONERS AND POLITICAL REPRESSION IN RUSSIA
  33. SMARTER SENTENCING ACT
  34. REMEMBERING EDDY SIZEMORE, HERMAN `LEE' DOBBS, AND JESSE JONES
  35. IMMIGRATION REFORM
  36. TRIBUTE TO ROHIT KUMAR
  37. REMEMBERING HARRY BYRD JR.
  38. UNITED STATES-ISRAEL STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP ACT
  39. HONORING OUR ARMED FORCES
  40. HYDROPOWER REGULATORY EFFICIENCY ACT
  41. VOTE EXPLANATIONS
  42. REMEMBERING LINDY BOGGS
  43. REMEMBERING WILLIAM H. GRAY III
  44. TRIBUTE TO BLAISE MESSINGER
  45. SYRIA
  46. REMEMBERING PETER SORBO
  47. ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS
  48. ROSHOLT, SOUTH DAKOTA
  49. TRIBUTE TO LIEUTENANT COLONEL TIM SCHEPPER
  50. REMEMBERING KIP YOSHIO TOKUDA
  51. 50TH ANNUAL ARKANSAS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP HORSE SHOW
  52. QUALE'S ELECTRONICS
  53. HAMPTON FIRST RESPONDERS
  54. ALSTEAD, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  55. CANDIA, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  56. CROYDON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  57. GILSUM, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  58. HAMPTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  59. HAVERHILL, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  60. LISBON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  61. NEW BOSTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  62. PLYMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  63. SANDWISH, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  64. THORNTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  65. WARREN, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  66. WOODSTOCK, NEW HAMPSHIRE
  67. DELAWARE'S DREAM TEAM
  68. MESSAGES FROM THE PRESIDENT
  69. EXECUTIVE MESSAGES REFERRED
  70. MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE
  71. MEASURES REFERRED
  72. EXECUTIVE AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS
  73. PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS
  74. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
  75. EXECUTIVE REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
  76. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS
  77. SUBMISSION OF CONCURRENT AND SENATE RESOLUTIONS
  78. ADDITIONAL COSPONSORS
  79. STATEMENTS ON INTRODUCED BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS
  80. SUBMITTED RESOLUTIONS
  81. SENATE RESOLUTION 213—EXPRESSING SUPPORT FOR THE FREE AND PEACEFUL EXERCISE OF REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY IN VENEZUELA AND CONDEMNING VIOLENCE AND INTIMIDATION AGAINST THE COUNTRY'S POLITICAL OPPOSITION
  82. SENATE RESOLUTION 214—DESIGNATING THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 13, 2013, THROUGH OCTOBER 19, 2013, AS ``NATIONAL CASE MANAGEMENT WEEK'' TO RECOGNIZE THE VALUE OF CASE MANAGEMENT IN IMPROVING HEALTHCARE OUTCOMES FOR PATIENTS
  83. SENATE RESOLUTION 215—EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHOULD NOT BAIL OUT ANY STATE
  84. SENATE RESOLUTION 216—ELECTING LAURA C. DOVE, OF VIRGINIA, AS SECRETARY FOR THE MINORITY OF THE SENATE
  85. SENATE RESOLUTION 217—EXPRESSING SUPPORT FOR DESIGNATION OF OCTOBER 6, 2013, THROUGH OCTOBER 10, 2013, AS ``AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS DAYS'' AND RECOGNIZING THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE ORGANIZATION
  86. SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 22—PROVIDING FOR A CONDITIONAL ADJOURNMENT OR RECESS OF THE SENATE AND AN ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
  87. SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 23—EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT THE UNITED STATES POSTAL...
  88. AMENDMENTS SUBMITTED AND PROPOSED
  89. TEXT OF AMENDMENTS
  90. AUTHORITY FOR COMMITTEES TO MEET
  91. FOREIGN TRAVEL FINANCIAL REPORTS
  92. UNANIMOUS CONSENT AGREEMENT—EXECUTIVE CALENDAR
  93. EXECUTIVE SESSION
  94. NOMINATION OF SAMANTHA POWER TO BE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE SESSIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED NATIONS DURING HER TENURE OF SERVICE AS REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO THE UNITED NATIONS
  95. LEGISLATIVE SESSION
  96. IMPROVE HYDROPOWER ACT AND HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT UNDER FEDERAL RECLAMATION
  97. FOR VETS ACT of 2013
  98. HELPING HEROES FLY ACT
  99. PIPELINE SAFETY REGULATORY DOCUMENT AVAILABILITY
  100. ENCOURAGING PEACE AND REUNIFICATION ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA
  101. AMENDING PUBLIC LAW 93-435
  102. THE CALENDAR
  103. SPECIALIST CHRISTOPHER SCOTT POST OFFICE BUILDING
  104. STAFF SERGEANT NICHOLAS J. REID POST OFFICE BUILDING
  105. JAMES R. BURGESS JR. POST OFFICE BUILDING
  106. THADDEUS STEVENS POST OFFICE
  107. FIRST LIEUTENANT ALVIN CHESTER COCKRELL, JR. POST OFFICE BUILDING
  108. CELEBRATING THE 200TH AUGUST QUARTERLY FESTIVAL IN WILMINGTON, DELAWARE
  109. ELECTING LAURA C. DOVE AS SECRETARY FOR THE MINORITY OF THE SENATE
  110. AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS DAYS
  111. APPOINTMENT OF CONFEREES—H.R. 2642
  112. APPOINTMENTS
  113. APPOINTMENTS AUTHORITY
  114. AUTHORITY FOR COMMITTEES TO REPORT
  115. SIGNING AUTHORITY
  116. ORDERS FOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 2013, THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2013
  117. SCHEDULE
  118. CONDITIONAL ADJOURNMENT UNTIL FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 2013, AT 11:45 A.M.
  119. NOMINATIONS
  120. CONFIRMATIONS
  121. WITHDRAWAL
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

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