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August 3, 2012

Senate Record - August 2, 2012

  1. The Senate met at 9:30 a.m. and was called to order by the Honorable Tom Udall, a Senator from the State of New Mexico.
  2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  3. APPOINTMENT OF ACTING PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE
  4. VETERANS JOBS CORPS ACT OF 2012—MOTION TO PROCEED
  5. RESERVATION OF LEADER TIME
  6. AFRICAN GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENT ACT
  7. CLOTURE MOTION
  8. AFRICAN GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITY ACT—Continued
  9. UNANIMOUS CONSENT AGREEMENT—EXECUTIVE CALENDAR
  10. VETERANS JOBS CORPS ACT OF 2012—MOTION TO PROCEED—Continued
  11. EXECUTIVE SESSION
  12. AFRICAN GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITY AMENDMENT ACT
  13. VETERANS JOBS CORPS ACT OF 2012—MOTION TO PROCEED—Continued
  14. PROVIDING FOR A CONDITIONAL ADJOURNMENT OR RECESS OF THE SENATE AND AN ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
  15. STOCK ACT AMENDMENTS
  16. VETERANS JOBS CORPS ACT OF 2012 MOTION TO PROCEED—continued
  17. MORNING BUSINESS
  18. DISABILITIES CONVENTION
  19. REMEMBERING PHILIP PENDLETON ARDERY
  20. REMEMBERING JANIE CATRON
  21. TRIBUTE TO MORGAN FRENCH
  22. STOCK ACT
  23. PRO FORMA SESSION APPOINTMENTS
  24. DROUGHT
  25. DEATH OF OSWALDO PAYÁ
  26. TRIBUTE TO REPRESENTATIVE PAUL FINDLEY
  27. CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
  28. REMEMBERING SHELBY HARRIS
  29. LIBOR
  30. DODD-FRANK ANNIVERSARY
  31. TRIBUTE TO JOE MATAL
  32. CULTURE DOES MATTER
  33. AUTOPILOT
  34. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN ECUADOR
  35. HONORING OUR ARMED FORCES
  36. WILDFIRE SUPPRESSION AIRCRAFT TRANSFER ACT OF 2012
  37. THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
  38. NOMINATIONS
  39. RECOGNIZING THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF BRENTWOOD, NY
  40. REMEMBERING GORE VIDAL
  41. DROUGHT IMPACT
  42. BRUMIDI GOLD MEDAL CEREMONY
  43. CPSIA ANNIVERSARY
  44. TRIBUTE TO TOM SULLIVAN
  45. VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT
  46. REMEMBERING GAETANO ``TOM'' MAZZARELLA
  47. ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS
  48. TRIBUTE TO DR. ROBIN W. MORGAN
  49. TRIBUTE TO SUSAN MARTINOVICH
  50. RECOGNIZING TIMBERLINE LODGE
  51. CONGRATULATIONS BIRDIE ELISE DAVIDSON
  52. KANSAS STATE FIRE FIGHTER'S ASSOCIATION
  53. RECOGNIZING THE RUN TO HOME PROGRAM
  54. REMEMBERING MARY LOUISE RASMUSON
  55. RECOGNIZING SHUCKS MAINE LOBSTER
  56. TRIBUTE TO JUDGE HOWARD A. DAWSON, JR.
  57. TRIBUTE TO JUDGE HOWARD A. DAWSON, JR.
  58. MESSAGES FROM THE PRESIDENT
  59. EXECUTIVE MESSAGES REFERRED
  60. MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE
  61. MEASURES REFERRED
  62. MEASURES PLACED ON THE CALENDAR
  63. MEASURES READ THE FIRST TIME
  64. ENROLLED BILL PRESENTED
  65. EXECUTIVE AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS
  66. PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS
  67. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
  68. EXECUTIVE REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
  69. INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS
  70. SUBMISSION OF CONCURRENT AND SENATE RESOLUTIONS
  71. ADDITIONAL COSPONSORS
  72. STATEMENTS ON INTRODUCED BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS
  73. SUBMITTED RESOLUTIONS
  74. SENATE RESOLUTION 542—EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SHOULD CONTINUE TO SUPPORT DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN TAIWAN FOLLOWING THE JANUARY 2012 PRESIDENTIAL AND LEGISLATIVE ELECTIONS IN TAIWAN
  75. SENATE RESOLUTION 543—TO EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE ON INTERNATIONAL PARENTAL CHILD ABDUCTION
  76. SENATE RESOLUTION 544—CONGRATULATING THE NAVY DENTAL CORPS ON ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY
  77. SENATE RESOLUTION 545—COMMEMORATING THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF AIR FORCE WEATHER
  78. SENATE RESOLUTION 546—DESIGNATING THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 10, 2012, AS ``NATIONAL ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY WEEK''
  79. SENATE RESOLUTION 547—HONORING THE LIFE OF PIONEERING ASTRONAUT DR. SALLY RIDE AND EXPRESSING THE CONDOLENCES OF THE SENATE ON HER DEATH
  80. SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 56—PROVIDING FOR A CONDITIONAL ADJOURNMENT OR RECESS OF THE SENATE AND AN ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
  81. SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 57—EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT THE CENSUS SURVEYS AND THE INFORMATION DERIVED FROM THOSE SURVEYS ARE CRUCIAL TO THE NATIONAL WELFARE
  82. SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 58—DIRECTING THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO MAKE A CORRECTION IN THE ENROLLMENT OF H.R. 4240
  83. SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 59—PROVIDING FOR A CONDITIONAL ADJOURNMENT OR RECESS OF THE SENATE AND AN ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
  84. AMENDMENTS SUBMITTED AND PROPOSED
  85. TEXT OF AMENDMENTS
  86. AUTHORITY FOR COMMITTEES TO MEET
  87. PRIVILEGES OF THE FLOOR
  88. UNANIMOUS CONSENT AGREEMENT—EXECUTIVE CALENDAR
  89. EXECUTIVE SESSION
  90. PRIVILEGED NOMINATIONS
  91. NOMINATIONS DISCHARGED
  92. LEGISLATIVE SESSION
  93. NOMINATIONS IN STATUS QUO
  94. AMBASSADOR JAMES R. LILLEY AND CONGRESSMAN STEPHEN J. SOLARZ NORTH KOREA HUMAN RIGHTS REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2012
  95. CORRECTING THE ENROLLMENT OF H.R. 4240
  96. REAUTHORIZING CERTAIN VISA PROGRAMS
  97. AUTHORIZING THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL TO ESTABLISH BATTERY RECHARGING STATIONS
  98. REQUIRING TSA TO COMPLY WITH THE UNIFORMED SERVICES EMPLOYMENT AND REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ACT
  99. CONDEMNING JOSEPH KONY AND THE LORD'S RESISTANCE ARMY
  100. COMMENDING THE ``DOOLITTLE TOKYO RAIDERS''
  101. REAFFIRMING STRONG SUPPORT OF THE UNITED STATES OF THE PARTIES IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA
  102. RESOLUTIONS SUBMITTED TODAY
  103. AUTHORIZING USE OF THE CAPITOL ROTUNDA
  104. PROVIDING FOR A CONDITIONAL ADJOURNMENT OR RECESS OF THE SENATE AND AN ADJOURNMENT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
  105. MEASURE READ THE FIRST TIME—S. 3519
  106. APPOINTMENTS AUTHORITY
  107. AUTHORITY FOR COMMITTEES TO REPORT
  108. SIGNING AUTHORITY
  109. TRIBUTE TO ASHLEY MESSICK
  110. ACKNOWLEDGING THE SENATE PAGES
  111. ORDERS FOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 2012, THROUGH MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2012
  112. PROGRAM
  113. ADJOURNMENT UNTIL 10:15 A.M. TOMORROW
  114. NOMINATIONS
  115. DISCHARGED NOMINATIONS
  116. CONFIRMATIONS
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

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