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October 9, 2013

House Record - Tuesday, October 8, 2013

  1. The House met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore (Mr. Massie).
  2. DESIGNATION OF SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  3. MORNING-HOUR DEBATE
  4. SHUTDOWN AND AMERICA'S INFRASTRUCTURE
  5. DOING THE PEOPLE'S WORK
  6. GETTING BACK TO WORK
  7. THE SHIELD ACT
  8. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  9. WORDS HAVE MEANING
  10. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  11. AMERICAN NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS
  12. ATF CENSORS FREE SPEECH
  13. DEBT CEILING INCREASE
  14. BLIZZARD IN SOUTH DAKOTA
  15. THE ISSUE THAT WILL NOT GO AWAY
  16. HONORING THE LIFE OF MARVIN COGHILL
  17. END THE TRAVESTY AND DO WHAT'S RIGHT
  18. COME TO THE BARGAINING TABLE
  19. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  20. TIME TO SHOW LEADERSHIP
  21. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  22. SHUTDOWN DUE TO LACK OF LEADERSHIP
  23. MILITARY FAMILY BENEFITS DURING SHUTDOWN
  24. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  25. IT IS TIME TO PUT THE INTERESTS OF AMERICANS FIRST
  26. RECESS
  27. AFTER RECESS
  28. PRAYER
  29. THE JOURNAL
  30. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  31. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER
  32. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  33. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  34. ANGELS IN ADOPTION
  35. OBAMACARE
  36. MR. PRESIDENT: THIS IS OUR LAND
  37. MONEY AND POLITICS
  38. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  39. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  40. NEGOTIATION
  41. IMPACTING AMERICA'S YOUNGEST LEARNERS
  42. AMERICA'S VETERANS AND THE SHUTDOWN
  43. NO WAY TO RUN THE GOVERNMENT
  44. ACCESS TO QUALITY CARE FOR ALL AMERICANS
  45. UNDERMINING CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAWS
  46. EVEN ONE MORE DAY IS TOO LONG
  47. ``CRUZ CONTROL''
  48. FALLEN HEROES AND FAMILIES ASSISTANCE ACT
  49. ECONOMIC HARM OF THE SHUTDOWN
  50. SBA GRINDS TO A HALT
  51. DAY 8 OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  52. HEAD START CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  53. RECESS
  54. AFTER RECESS
  55. REPORT ON RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.J. RES. 89, EXCEPTED EMPLOYEES' PAY CONTINUING...
  56. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.J. RES. 89, EXCEPTED EMPLOYEES' PAY CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS...
  57. RAISING A QUESTION OF THE PRIVILEGES OF THE HOUSE
  58. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  59. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.J. RES. 89, EXCEPTED EMPLOYEES' PAY CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS...
  60. EXCEPTED EMPLOYEES' PAY CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  61. DEFICIT REDUCTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH WORKING GROUP ACT OF 2013
  62. EXCEPTED EMPLOYEES' PAY CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS RESOLUTION, 2014
  63. THE JOURNAL
  64. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  65. HOUSE PASSES 10TH BIPARTISAN FUNDING BILL
  66. LOCAL SHUTDOWN EFFECTS
  67. EQUAL JUSTICE FOR ALL AMERICANS
  68. BRING UP THE IMMIGRATION BILL
  69. SENATE SHOULD PASS HOUSE VERSION OF CR
  70. A LONG JOURNEY STARTS WITH SMALL STEPS
  71. OPEN THE GOVERNMENT
  72. SPEAKER BOEHNER, LET YOUR PEOPLE GO
  73. THE GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN
  74. VOTING TO END THE SHUTDOWN
  75. BILLS PRESENTED TO THE PRESIDENT
  76. ADJOURNMENT
  77. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
  78. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  79. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  80. CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY STATEMENT
  81. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
  82. CONGRESSIONAL EARMARKS, LIMITED TAX BENEFITS, OR LIMITED TARIFF BENEFITS
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

Extension of Remarks:
  1. HONORING DAN McMICHAEL — HON. RALPH M. HALL 
  2. CONGRATULATING JELLY BELLY'S NORTH CHICAGO PLANT ON 1000YEARS IN THE COMMUNITY — HON. BRADLEY S. SCHNEIDER 
  3. RECOGNIZING THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF WESTMINSTER AT LAKE RIDGE — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  4. PERSONAL EXPLANATION
  5. TRIBUTE TO HENRY ``HANK'' HAROLD ADAMS
  6. COMMEMORATION OF NATIONAL DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
  7. COMMEMORATING THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE HUMAN SERVICES COUNCIL OF FAIRFAX COUNTY — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  8. RECOGNIZING MARIA GOMEZ
  9. PERSONAL EXPLANATION
  10. RECOGNIZING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF PRS, INC. — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  11. OUR UNCONSCIONABLE NATIONAL DEBT
  12. PERSONAL EXPLANATION
  13. RECOGNIZING THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FAIRFAX COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  14. TAIWAN'S NATIONAL DAY
  15. IN RECOGNITION OF NATIONAL HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH SEPTEMBER 15-OCTOBER 15, 2013
  16. TO CONGRATULATE BARBARA LIPPA ON HER RETIREMENT — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  17. CELEBRATING THE NATIONAL DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA (TAIWAN)
  18. CONGRATULATING OTSEGO COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
  19. RECOGNIZING THE APPOINTMENT OF WILLIAM WON KYUN HWANG AS PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL UNIFICATION ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  20. HONORING THE CAREER OF CLARA THOMPSON — HON. CHERI BUSTOS 
  21. FIREFIGHTER BRAD LUCZAK — HON. DANIEL T. KILDEE 
  22. IN HONOR OF THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF ZION MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH — HON. PAUL C. BROUN 
  23. RECOGNIZING HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  24. IN OPPOSITION TO H.R. 3230 AND H.J. RES 72
  25. PERSONAL EXPLANATION
  26. INTRODUCTION OF A BILL TO CLARIFY CERTAIN DUE PROCESS RIGHTS OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES SERVING IN SENSITIVE POSITIONS
  27. COMMEMORATING AUGUST 2013 AS THE 110TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST KOREAN IMMIGRANTS ARRIVING IN AMERICA — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  28. KEVIN O'DONNELL, CAN DO, INC. — HON. LOU BARLETTA 
  29. HONORING THE MEMORY OF JOYCE BLACK — HON. BRAD SHERMAN 
  30. RECOGNIZING MARTY WHITE FOR HIS FORTY YEARS OF RADIO EXCELLENCE
  31. HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF LILLIAN BERNICE VARNADO WATKINS
  32. HONORING SMITHSONIAN SECRETARY WAYNE CLOUGH
  33. A TRIBUTE TO ROBERT D. YOUNG
  34. HONORING THE BALL STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
  35. RECOGNIZING THE PRIDGEN FAMILY AS THE 2013 WALTON COUNTY FARM FAMILY OF THE YEAR
  36. CELEBRATING THE 90TH BIRTHDAY OF AGAR JAICKS
  37. HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF EVELYN LOWERY
  38. PERSONAL EXPLANATION
  39. RECOGNIZING THE NATIONAL DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
  40. HONORING LT. COL. JAMES DABNEY
  41. IN HONOR OF TAIWAN'S 102ND NATIONAL BIRTHDAY
  42. HONORING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF ARLAM CARR, JR.
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

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