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May 9, 2013

House Record - Wednesday, May 8, 2013

  1. The House met at 9 a.m. and was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore (Mr. Meadows).
  2. DESIGNATION OF THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  3. PRAYER
  4. THE JOURNAL
  5. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  6. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  7. RECESS
  8. JOINT MEETING TO HEAR AN ADDRESS BY HER EXCELLENCY PARK GEUN-HYE, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA
  9. JOINT MEETING DISSOLVED
  10. AFTER RECESS
  11. PRINTING OF PROCEEDINGS HAD DURING RECESS
  12. COMMUNICATION FROM THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE
  13. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE
  14. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  15. TRAVEL AND TOURISM
  16. KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE
  17. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  18. REINING IN REGULATION TO HELP JOBS RECOVER
  19. CANCEL THE SEQUESTER ACT
  20. AMERICAN AND SOUTH KOREAN ALLIANCE
  21. THE MIRA LOMA SCIENCE BOWL WIN
  22. OBAMA'S VISIT TO TEXAS SHOULD FOCUS ON ENERGY
  23. THE CAMARILLO SPRINGS WILDFIRE AND THE HEROISM OF THE FIRST RESPONDERS
  24. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  25. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  26. FULL FAITH AND CREDIT ACT
  27. INVEST IN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
  28. THE IMPACT OF OBAMACARE
  29. NATIONAL TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK
  30. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  31. THE SO-CALLED WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  32. THE IMMIGRATION BILL THREATENS PUBLIC SAFETY
  33. GIVING NIAGARA FALLS THE WATERFRONT IT DESERVES
  34. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  35. HONORING BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS AND TRAINMEN
  36. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  37. REPEAL SEQUESTRATION
  38. GROWING JOBS IN AMERICA
  39. STUDENT AID EXPANSION ACT
  40. SUPPORT UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
  41. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT
  42. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 807, FULL FAITH AND CREDIT ACT
  43. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT OF 2013
  44. RECESS
  45. AFTER RECESS
  46. WORKING FAMILIES FLEXIBILITY ACT OF 2013—Continued
  47. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 807, FULL FAITH AND CREDIT ACT
  48. HOUR OF MEETING ON TOMORROW
  49. REMOVAL OF NAME OF MEMBER AS COSPONSOR OF H.R. 1286
  50. HONORING JOSEPH FANDINO
  51. FOSTER YOUTH MONTH
  52. HYDRAULIC FRACTURING
  53. HONORING AGRICULTURAL PROGRAM AT UC DAVIS
  54. VICTOR FROM HUFFMAN, TEXAS
  55. CONGRATULATING HIGH TECH HIGH
  56. HONORING POLICE OFFICERS' SERVICE AND SACRIFICE
  57. HONORING HIGH TECH HIGH
  58. HONORING RAYMOND CLARK THOMPSON
  59. ACCESS TO EDUCATION AND TRAINING ACT
  60. IN RECOGNITION OF NATIONAL NURSES WEEK
  61. RECOGNIZING THE 2013 WOODHAVEN SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
  62. THE END OF THE 40-HOUR WORKWEEK
  63. HONORING RAYMOND CLARK THOMPSON
  64. CONGRESSIONAL PROGRESSIVE CAUCUS
  65. LEAVE OF ABSENCE
  66. ENROLLED BILL SIGNED
  67. ADJOURNMENT
  68. EXPENDITURE REPORTS CONCERNING OFFICIAL FOREIGN TRAVEL
  69. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.
  70. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
  71. MEMORIALS
  72. CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY STATEMENT
  73. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
  74. DELETIONS OF SPONSORS FROM PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)


Extension of Remarks:
  1. RECOGNIZING THE CITY OF GRANDVILLE FOR THEIR COMMENDABLE FLOOD RESPONSE — HON. BILL HUIZENGA 
  2. PERSONAL EXPLANATION — HON. JIM GERLACH 
  3. IN MEMORY OF RICHARD E. HUG — HON. ANDY HARRIS 
  4. RECOGNIZING THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREAT RIVER ROAD — HON. RON KIND 
  5. CONGRESSIONAL TRIBUTE FOR BIG SANDY COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE — HON. HAROLD ROGERS 
  6. PERSONAL EXPLANATION — HON. BARBARA LEE 
  7. RECOGNIZING THE HONOREES OF THE NIAGARA FALLS EDUCATION FOUNDATION — HON. BRIAN HIGGINS 
  8. IN RECOGNITION OF 25 YEARS OF SERVICE BY THE SANTA BARBARA WOMEN'S POLITICAL COMMITTEE — HON. LOIS CAPPS 
  9. INCREASING AMERICAN JOBS THROUGH GREATER EXPORTS TO AFRICA — HON. CHRISTOPHER H. SMITH 
  10. 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF TROOP ONE OF BRIDGETON — HON. FRANK A. LoBIONDO 
  11. RECOGNIZING THE FALLEN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS WHO LIVED OR SERVED IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY BETWEEN 1922 AND 2012 — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  12. HONORING JOHN AND GWEN SLOOP
  13. HONORING THE DUGAS FAMILY OF IBERIA PARISH FOR THEIR SERVICE DURING WORLD WAR II
  14. DISCOVERY SCIENCE CENTER, SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA 2013 NATIONAL MEDAL FOR MUSEUM AND LIBRARY SERVICE
  15. RECOGNIZING NATIONAL MPS AWARENESS DAY
  16. INTRODUCTION OF THE VETERANS HOME LOAN REFINANCE OPPORTUNITY ACT OF 2013
  17. CELEBRATING PUBLIC SERVICE RECOGNITION WEEK
  18. MIKE AND CORKY HALE STOLLER CIVIL RIGHTS MEMORIAL THEATER
  19. TRIBUTE TO MR. ARTURO ALBERTO DIAZ, SENIOR OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION, MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND
  20. RECOGNIZING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF ISABELLA CATHERINE INGLES
  21. CONGRATULATING DANIEL McCAULEY, M.D. — HON. JEFF DENHAM 
  22. HONORING THE 2013 INDUCTEES OF THE MAINE FRANCO-AMERICAN HALL OF FAME
  23. TRIBUTE TO MARK PALMER
  24. TRIBUTE TO MICKEY EDWARDS
  25. YOM YERUSHALAYIM, JERUSALEM DAY
  26. IN RECOGNITION OF MT. MARIAH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH'S 200TH ANNIVERSARY
  27. HONORING THE DOS PALOS DIVINO ESPIRITO SANTO
  28. INTRODUCTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CHILD SUPPORT RECOVERY IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 2013
  29. PROCLAIMING SUPPORT FOR NATIONAL ARSON AWARENESS WEEK
  30. DRURY UNIVERSITY'S THREE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
  31. INTRODUCTION OF THE WATER QUALITY PROTECTION AND JOB CREATION ACT OF 2013
  32. INTRODUCTION OF THE BALANCING FOOD, FARM, AND THE ENVIRONMENT ACT
  33. CONGRATULATING THE PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARS
  34. EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE HOUSE THAT CONGRESS AND THE STATES SHOULD INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT ABUSIVE, UNSANITARY, AND ILLEGAL ABORTION PRACTICES
  35. HONORING CHIEF JOHN STEVENS
  36. NATIONAL NURSES WEEK
  37. IN CELEBRATION OF ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH
  38. COMMEMORATING THE SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SULLY DISTRICT POLICE STATION SHOOTING — HON. GERALD E. CONNOLLY 
  39. THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE — HON. SCOTT GARRETT 
  40. WELCOMING THE NINTH HONOR FLIGHT SOUTH ALABAMA TO WASHINGTON, DC
  41. SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
  42. MEETINGS SCHEDULED

Source: Congressional Record (same list, temporary links)

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