MR. SPEAKER, THIS IS THE FINAL AMENDMENT TO THE BILL. IT WILL NOT DELAY THE BILL, KILL THE BILL OR SEND IT BACK TO COMMITTEE. IF ADOPTED, THE BILL WILL PROCEED IMMEDIATELY TO FINAL PASSAGE, AS AMENDED. AS MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, WE MUST ALWAYS HONOR OUR PROMISES TO THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO SERVE IN OUR MILITARY.
I rise to offer an amendment that would prevent the FAA from moving forward with plans to redesign the Phoenix Metroplex airspace.
Let me explain why this amendment is so important to the people of my city.
I rise in strong support of HR 1075.
I’d like to begin by thanking my good friend Congressman Grijalva for authoring this important legislation.
A college education should be within reach of all Americans.
No student who wants to go to college should be turned away because of high tuition costs or for fear of graduating with a high level of student loan debt.
Currently 40 million Americans have student loans – with an average balance of $29,000.
“Today we celebrate the life and teachings of César Chávez, a civil rights leader whose work changed the lives of millions and continues to make an impact today.
Thank you, Mr. Speaker.
I rise today to highlight an issue that impacts those who deserve our deepest gratitude and highest resolve to do right by: our veterans.
Today Americans are working more and earning less. The cost of college is rising, young people are in debt, and America’s infrastructure is in decay.