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a published written account of the speeches and debates and votes of the United States Congress

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It also shows the popularity of the phrase by party and includes quotes, or "occurrences," of the word or phrase in the Congressional Record.
While almost no media covered the Capitol Hill briefing, a full record of its findings are in the Congressional Record and Stars and Stripes military newspaper.
96) For example, speech by Thurmond in the US Senate, Congressional Record, 2 June 1975, p.
Finally, in addition to bill information, THOMAS has the Congressional Record searchable from 1989 to present.
Presenting edited versions of Congressional Record Service publications, a NASA report to Congress on a plan for the International Space Station (ISS) National Laboratory, House of Representatives committee hearings on the ISS, and similar sources from 2007-8, this volume examines historical, technical, policy, and funding aspects of the ISS program, the retirement of the U.
When he was reminded that Schiff called survivors of 1915 incidents to submit their stories for inclusion into the Congressional Record and asked if Turkey had an initiative against it, Tan said, "we left behind a very sensitive period regarding Armenians.
The honor is documented in the Congressional Record.
Upon her retirement, she received many honors and recognitions, including a Sagamore of the Wabash Award--the highest honor bestowed on citizens by the governor of Indiana, a special resolution adopted by the Indiana General Assembly honoring her dedication and efforts on behalf of credit unions, and a special resolution read into the congressional record by her friend, Rep.
But the Ryder Cup man picked himself up brilliantly at the Travelers and with a strong Congressional record - eighth and 12th - in the only two runnings of this event he is very much top of my shopping list.
Voting figures for two members of Congress from Mississippi were omitted from the APHA congressional record published in the February 2008 issue of The Nation's Health.
If additional funding is found, the project will then move to phase two: scanning 60 million pages from sources including the Congressional Record and the Federal Register.
Readers will "hear" directly from influencers of major public policy as they address current topics which are selected by the International Franchise Association from the Congressional Record and other public resources.
The researcher inspected the Congressional Record and found only an empty space under the date where the testimony should have appeared.
The back pages of the Congressional Record are replete with sermons and religious panegyrics, all paid for by the taxpayers.
Perchlorate is a clear and present danger to California's and much of America's health,'' Boxer said in a written statement entered Thursday into the Congressional Record.
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