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October 11, 2013

House Record - Thursday, October 10, 2013

  1. The House met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore (Mr. Bentivolio).
  2. DESIGNATION OF SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  3. MORNING-HOUR DEBATE
  4. IMPROVING HEALTH CARE
  5. END HUNGER IN AMERICA NOW
  6. HUMAN CONSEQUENCES OF IRRESPONSIBLE AND IRRATIONAL SHUTDOWN
  7. TRIBUTE IN CELEBRATION OF THE LIFE OF MARVIN DANIEL PRICE
  8. VERY REAL AND DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES OF A GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  9. PAIN OF GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN IS TOO GREAT
  10. VOTE FOR A CLEAN CR AND DEBT CEILING BILL
  11. NEED TO REOPEN GOVERNMENT NOW
  12. THE CONTINUED SHUTDOWN OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BY HOUSE REPUBLICANS
  13. THE HIGH COST OF THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
  14. ENDING THE SHUTDOWN
  15. TIME TO GET AMERICA BACK TO WORK
  16. RECESS
  17. AFTER RECESS
  18. PRAYER
  19. THE JOURNAL
  20. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  21. WELCOMING REVEREND GUILLERMO MALDONADO
  22. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  23. BIPARTISANSHIP STARTS WITH A TALK
  24. A LOST PRIVILEGE
  25. HEALTHCARE.GOV
  26. MEMORIAL FOR 1ST LIEUTENANT JENNIFER MORENO
  27. HAPPY 90TH BIRTHDAY, JACK MATES
  28. IT IS TIME TO VOTE
  29. THAT WOULD BE LEADERSHIP
  30. HONORING THE SERVICE OF CONGRESSMAN BILL YOUNG
  31. THE REPUBLICAN PLAN
  32. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH
  33. THE OFFER STILL STANDS
  34. HOW THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN IS HARMING THE PEOPLE OF HOUSTON
  35. OBAMACARE? NO, THANK YOU.
  36. IT IS TIME TO DO OUR JOBS
  37. NEW ENTITLEMENT SPENDING
  38. STOP HURTING THE PEOPLE WE CAME HERE TO HELP
  39. OBAMACARE
  40. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN THREAT ENS THE SAFETY AND SECURITY OF SOUTHERN ARIZONANS
  41. PRAY FOR OUR LEADERS
  42. TELL THE SPEAKER TO PUT AMERICA BACK TO WORK
  43. CAN WE TALK
  44. LET'S VOTE AND KEEP THE GOVERNMENT OPEN
  45. THROWBACK THURSDAY
  46. SHUTDOWN EFFECTS IN EL PASO
  47. PASS A FARM BILL
  48. WE HAVE WORK TO DO
  49. GET OUR FISCAL HOUSE IN ORDER
  50. VOTE ON A CLEAN CR
  51. WE AS A NATION NEED TO RETURN TO GOD
  52. JOBS, JOBS, JOBS
  53. COMMUNICATION FROM THE DEMOCRATIC LEADER
  54. APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER TO THE BOARD OF VISITORS TO THE UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE ACADEMY
  55. BORDER SECURITY AND ENFORCEMENT CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  56. RECESS
  57. AFTER RECESS
  58. MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
  59. BORDER SECURITY AND ENFORCEMENT CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  60. REMEMBERING ROD GRAMS
  61. REMEMBERING ROD GRAMS
  62. REMEMBERING ROD GRAMS
  63. REMEMBERING ROD GRAMS
  64. REMEMBERING ROD GRAMS
  65. YERTLE THE TURTLE
  66. THE REPUBLICAN SELF-IMPOSED GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  67. OBAMACARE AND OUR NATIONAL DEBT
  68. IN MEMORY OF NEVADA ASSEMBLYWOMAN PEGGY PIERCE
  69. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN IN THE GOLDEN STATE
  70. FARM BILL OF 2013
  71. PASS THE FARM BILL
  72. ISSUES OF THE DAY
  73. RECESS
  74. AFTER RECESS
  75. LEAVE OF ABSENCE
  76. ADJOURNMENT
  77. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
  78. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  79. MEMORIALS
  80. CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY STATEMENT
  81. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
  82. PETITIONS, ETC.
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

Extension of Remarks:
  1. HONORING MS. SANDY COLVIN ROY — HON. KEITH ELLISON 
  2. HONORING MIKE SUTFIN'S LEADERSHIP IN FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT — HON. ADAM KINZINGER 
  3. ON THE OCCASION OF THE ANNUAL GATHERING OF THE MACON-THOMAS CHAPTER OF THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN INC. — HON. GARY C. PETERS 
  4. HONORING 1000YEARS OF THE DEERFIELD BANNOCKBURN FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT AND RECOGNIZING COMPLETION OF THE DEERFIELD BANNOCKBURN FIREFIGHTER MEMORIAL — HON. BRADLEY S. SCHNEIDER 
  5. RECOGNIZING THE FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF CROWN POINT — HON. PETER J. VISCLOSKY 
  6. IN HONOR OF JESSE CARSON HIGH SCHOOL — HON. RICHARD HUDSON 
  7. RECOGNIZING THE 102ND ANNIVERSARY OF DOUBLE TEN DAY FOR THE PEOPLE OF TAIWAN — HON. MADELEINE Z. BORDALLO 
  8. RECOGNIZING CHRIS COX, AN AMERICAN PATRIOT AND ONE-MAN MEMBER OF THE MONUMENT MILITIA — HON. DARRELL E. ISSA 
  9. HEAD START CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  10. RECOGNIZING THE SAN JOAQUIN RIVER PARKWAY AND CONSERVATION TRUST
  11. IN HONOR OF TAIWAN'S NATIONAL DAY
  12. INTRODUCTION OF A BILL TO AMEND THE ROBERT T. STAFFORD DISASTER RELIEF AND EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE ACT TO REAUTHORIZE THE PRE-DISASTER HAZARD MITIGATION PROGRAM
  13. HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH
  14. IN RECOGNITION OF THE GREAT LAKES REGION CHAPTER OF B'NAI B'RITH FOR 170 YEARS OF ADVOCACY FOR THE JEWISH PEOPLE — HON. GARY C. PETERS 
  15. CONGRATULATING 2013 HONOREES OF THE TOLEDO AFRICAN AMERICAN LEGACY PROJECT
  16. IN MEMORY OF FIRST LIEUTENANT JENNIFER MORENO AND HER SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY
  17. HONORING RONALD D. McINROY AND THE NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS FEDERATION OF LABOR, AFL-CIO — HON. BRADLEY S. SCHNEIDER 
  18. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  19. A TRIBUTE TO DR. ARNOLD L. MITCHEM
  20. COMBAT PAPER PROJECT
  21. ROSIE THE RIVETER
  22. IN RECOGNITION OF RUBY'S PLACE
  23. COMMEMORATING TAIWAN'S 102ND DOUBLE TEN DAY
  24. LETTER TO NASA CLARIFYING CONGRESSIONAL RESTRICTIONS ON BILATERAL RELATIONS WITH CHINA
  25. HONORING THE SERVICE OF DEAN AND JEAN NICHOLSON
  26. RECOGNIZING THE POSITIVE COMMUNITY IMPACT OF PADS LAKE COUNTY AND WISHING CONGRATULATIONS ON THE OPENING OF ITS NEW FAMILY CENTER — HON. BRADLEY S. SCHNEIDER 
  27. HONORING SENATOR ROD GRAMS
  28. IN HONOR OF SAUL LANDAU
  29. OUR UNCONSCIONABLE NATIONAL DEBT
  30. HONORING BAYLOR UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR DAVID GUINN
  31. CONGRATULATIONS TO TAIWAN ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR NATIONAL DAY
  32. HONORING LISA MAKI
  33. ON RECOGNITION OF THE WEST BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE TO ITS COMMUNITY — HON. GARY C. PETERS 
  34. FARM BILL
  35. RECOGNIZING THE 175TH ANNIVERSARY OF ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, PHOENIXVILLE, CHESTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
  36. IN TRIBUTE TO HAROLD SHARP
  37. IN RECOGNITION OF THE NATIONAL DAY OF TAIWAN
  38. HONORING THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF I.C. NORCOM HIGH SCHOOL IN PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA
  39. HONORING AN AMERICAN HERO: SFC CEDRIC KING — HON. RENEE L. ELLMERS 
  40. NATIONAL DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA, COMMONLY KNOWN AS TAIWAN
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

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