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October 28, 2015Press Item
Speaker Boehner and I, as some would note, do not always agree. We've been on opposite sides on this Floor and opposite sides of debate many times. However, that is behind us for John Boehner. In all the years I’ve served with him, Speaker Boehner has shown me the same kindness, grace, and friendship that he's shown [to] so many of this House, its colleagues on both sides of the aisle.
October 27, 2015Press Item
This evening, 313 Members of the House - virtually every Democrat and a majority of Republicans - joined together in a vote to reopen the Export-Import Bank and help American exporters create good jobs here in our country. 
October 28, 2015Press Item
I’m pleased to call this hearing to order, which is the third in our series called “Make It In America: What’s Next?” that we’ve held on Capitol Hill since July.
October 27, 2015Press Item
The American public ought to know that 147 Republicans voted to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank just a few years ago under the leadership of [former Majority Leader] Mr. Cantor and myself. 
October 27, 2015Press Item
First of all, let me thank all of you for being here.  As you probably know I asked [Rep.] Barbara Lee to head up a Task Force.
October 27, 2015Press Item
Congress has a responsibility to work in a bipartisan and fiscally responsible way to replace the sequester so that we can invest in a more competitive economy and a stronger future for our country and its people.
October 26, 2015Press Item
Since July, businesses and workers have been asking Congress to reopen the Export-Import Bank so that they could compete on a level playing field in overseas markets.
October 26, 2015Press Item
Today, Members in the House will begin the process of forcing a vote to reopen the Export-Import Bank after House Republicans shut it down this summer, putting thousands of U.S. jobs and America’s economic competitiveness at risk.
October 23, 2015Press Item
We don't have an agreement on a number of things the gentleman has said. What we do have an agreement on, I presume, is that the gentleman from California wants to see is a solvent nation, a nation that pays its bills, a nation that does not create a lack of confidence in our own country and around the world.