MURKOWSKI, LISA (a Senator from Alaska)

Amendments

Agriculture: continue certain programs (S. 3240), S3840, S3850, S3851, S3867 [7JN], S3917 [11JN], S3978 [12JN], S4154 [13JN], S4208 [14JN], S4247 [18JN], S4370 [20JN]

Congress: prohibit Members and employees from using nonpublic information derived from their official positions for personal benefit (S. 2038), S209 [31JA]

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 3254), S7072, S7108, S7109, S7112, S7113, S7120 [28NO], S7217, S7224, S7226, S7229, S7257 [29NO], S7295, S7303 [30NO], S7328 [3DE]

FDA: revise and extend the user-fee programs for prescription drugs and medical devices and establish user-fee programs for generic drugs and biosimilars (S. 3187), S3289 [17MY], S3495 [23MY]

Kotzebue, AK: convey certain property from the U.S. to the Maniilaq Association (H.R. 443), S8307, S8308 [20DE]

Power resources: eliminate unnecessary tax subsidies and promote renewable energy (S. 2204), S2110 [27MR], S2176, S2179 [28MR], S2244 [29MR]

Roads and highways: extend Federal-aid highway, highway safety, motor carrier safety, transit, and other Highway Trust Fund-funded programs (S. 1813), S654, S655 [14FE], S707 [15FE], S863 [16FE], S925, S1018 [17FE], S1397 [5MR], S1544, S1556 [8MR]

Small business: increase job creation and economic growth by improving access to public capital markets for emerging growth companies (H.R. 3606), S1811 [19MR]

Sports: protect and enhance opportunities for recreational fishing, hunting, and shooting (S. 3525), S6636 [21SE], S6822 [14NO]

Technology: enhance security and resiliency of U.S. cyber and communications infrastructure (S. 3414), S5495, S5507, S5522, S5532, S5544, S5556, S5579, S5591 [26JY], S5740, S5741, S5747, S5748, S5760 [31JY]

Violence Against Women Act: reauthorize (S. 1925), S2841, S2842 [26AP]

Appointments

Japan-U.S. Interparliamentary Group, S2660 [24AP]

Articles and editorials

U.K. Plans Oil Sector Tax Relief, Alexis Flynn, Wall Street Journal, S2052 [27MR]

UK Offers New Tax Breaks for Remote Fields, Robert Perkins, Jillian Ambrose, and Nathan Richardson, Oilgram News (publication), S2051 [27MR]

Bills and resolutions cosponsored

Abdnor, James: tribute (see S. Res. 475), S3631 [24MY]

Age Discrimination in Employment Act: clarify appropriate standard of proof for Federal antiretaliation and antidiscrimination claims (see S. 2189), S6456 [19SE]

Alliance To Save Energy: anniversary (see S. Res. 406), S2030 [26MR]

American Battle Monuments Commission: provide for ongoing maintenance of Clark Veterans Cemetery in the Philippines (see S. 2320), S3330 [21MY]

Anchorage, AK: tribute to Nunaka Valley Little League junior girls softball team (see S. Res. 571), S6546 [20SE]

Arctic Ocean: provide for research, monitoring, and observation (see S. 3613), S6625 [21SE]

Armed Forces: authorize space-available travel on military aircraft for certain current and former members of the Reserve components, widows and widowers of retired members, and dependents (see S. 2112), S699 [15FE]

——— commend, make permanent, oppose proposals to diminish national security role of, and recognize the National Guard as the foundation of the Operational Reserve (see S. Con. Res. 48), S4789 [9JY]

——— modify per-fiscal year calculation of days of certain active duty or service used to reduce minimum age at which Reserve component members may retire for non-regular service (see S. 866), S3977 [12JN]

——— track, prevent, and respond to hazing incidents involving members (see S. 3180), S3235 [16MY]

Aurora, CO: condemn movie theater shootings and express condolences for victims and gratitude to responders to the shootings (see S. Con. Res. 53), S5304 [24JY]

Budget: require the President to provide a report detailing the sequester required by the Budget Control Act (see S. 3228), S3516 [23MY]

Clothing industry: provide preferential duty treatment to certain apparel articles of the Philippines (see S. 1244), S8303 [20DE]

Commission To Accelerate the End of Breast Cancer: establish (see S. 3237), S3631 [24MY]

Commission To Study the Potential Creation of a National Women’s History Museum: establish (see S. 3567), S6454 [19SE]

Computers: improve cybersecurity by collaborating with industry, enhancing information sharing, strengthening criminal statutes for cyber crimes, and updating Federal security standards (see S. 2151), S1194 [1MR] (see S. 3342), S4674 [27JN]

Congress: approve permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline (see S. 2041), S163 [30JA] (see S. 3607), S6546 [20SE]

Controlled Substances Act: prevent abuse of dextromethorphan (see S. 3376), S4893 [11JY]

Crime: establish criminal offense for fraudulent claims about military service (see S. 1728), S4822 [10JY]

Denali Commission: reauthorize and modify membership (see S. 3590), S6545 [20SE]

Dept. of Commerce: authorize and set certain catch limits on aboriginal subsistence whaling if the International Whaling Commission fails to adopt such limits (see S. 3262), S3728 [5JN]

Dept. of Defense: develop a strategy to promote the security of Afghan women and girls during the security transition process (see S. 3646), S7040 [28NO]

——— modify award of Post-Deployment/Mobilization Respite Absence program administrative absence days to exempt Reserve members whose mobilization began before changes to the program took effect (see S. 2121), S3901 [11JN]

——— provide benefits under the Post-Deployment/Mobilization Respite Absence program for days of non-participation due to Government error (see S. 2060), S3839 [7JN]

Dept. of HHS: ensure religious conscience protections relative to insurance coverage of certain women’s preventive health services (see S. 2043), S389 [7FE]

——— provide States with incentives to require elementary and secondary schools to maintain, and permit school personnel to administer, epinephrine (see S. 1884), S5212 [19JY]

——— reauthorize and extend the fetal alcohol syndrome prevention and services program (see S. 2262), S2242 [29MR]

Dept. of Homeland Security: modify requirements for the visa waiver program (see S. 2046), S2602 [23AP]

Dept. of Justice: support appointment of an independent special counsel to investigate leaked intelligence information on covert operations (see S. Res. 489), S4152 [13JN]

Dept. of the Interior: install in the area of the World War II Memorial a suitable plaque or inscription with the words that Franklin D. Roosevelt prayed on D-Day, June 6, 1944 (see S. 3078), S3978 [12JN]

——— limit authority to issue regulations before a certain date under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (see S. 3450), S5733 [31JY]

——— replace President Obama’s proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas leasing program with a congressional plan that will conduct additional lease sales (see S. 3383), S5659 [30JY]

——— set prices for Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamps (duck stamps) and make limited waivers of stamp requirements for certain users (see S. 2156), S1541 [8MR]

Education: anniversary of Title IX, prohibiting gender discrimination in educational and athletic programs and its critical role in guaranteeing equal educational opportunities for women and girls (see S. Res. 500), S4368 [20JN]

Endangered Species Act: establish a procedure for approval of certain settlements (see S. 3500), S5977 [2AU]

Europe: designate Hezbollah as a terrorist organization and impose sanctions, provide information about Hezbollah to European allies, and support Bulgaria in investigating terrorist attack in Burgas (see S. Res. 613), S8204 [19DE]

Federal agencies and departments: treat relevant military training as sufficient to satisfy training or certification requirements for Federal licenses (see S. 2239), S4893 [11JY]

Financial institutions: address fee disclosure requirements (see S. 3204), S5382 [25JY]

Fort Wainwright, AK: tribute to 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division (see S. Res. 459), S3129 [14MY]

FRS: require an audit of the Board of Governors and Federal Reserve banks (see S. 202), S5257 [23JY]

Health: repeal excise tax on medical devices (see S. 17), S5047 [16JY]

——— repeal mandate that individuals purchase health insurance (see S. 19), S5047 [16JY]

Indian Law and Order Commission: extend period of time provided to produce a required report (see S. 2090), S494 [9FE]

Inouye, Daniel K.: tribute (see S. Res. 624), S8138 [18DE]

Insurance: preserve consumer and employer access to licensed independent insurance producers (see S. 2068), S323 [2FE] (see S. 2288), S2392 [17AP]

International Chemistry Olympiad: commend participants and hosts and encourage pursuit of careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (see S. Res. 491), S3977 [12JN]

Internet: promote a global Internet free from government control and preserve and advance the multistakeholder governance model currently in effect (see S. Con. Res. 50), S5213 [19JY]

Iran: call on U.N. to take concerted actions against Iran for statements calling for the destruction of Israel (see S. Res. 574), S6628 [21SE]

——— express importance of preventing acquisition of nuclear weapons capability and continue economic and diplomatic pressure to secure nonproliferation agreement (see S.J. Res. 41), S3631 [24MY] (see S. Res. 380), S3130 [14MY]

——— support freedom and civil liberties, and free and fair elections, condemn human rights violations, and lift restrictions on freedoms of assembly, association, and expression (see S. Res. 386), S1194 [1MR]

Israel: authorize further assistance to Israel for the Iron Dome anti-missile defense system (see S. 2325), S3088 [10MY]

——— commit to security as a Jewish and democratic state with secure borders and condemn rocket and missile attacks in Gaza by Hamas (see S. Res. 599), S6855 [15NO]

——— reaffirm strategic relationship with the U.S., direct the President to submit reports on U.S. actions to enhance this relationship, and assist in the defense of Israel (see S. 2165), S3088 [10MY]

Juneteenth Independence Day: designate (see S.J. Res. 45), S4774 [29JN]

Law enforcement: reform the ATF, modernize firearms laws and regulations, and protect the community from criminals (see S. 835), S164 [30JA]

Libya: commend U.S. public servants who died in attack on U.S. consulate in Benghazi, express condolences to families of victims, condemn the attack, and call for perpetrators to be brought to justice (see S. Res. 551), S6270 [12SE] (see S. Res. 588), S6626 [21SE]

Lions Clubs: mint coins in commemoration of centennial of establishment (see S. 1299), S2969 [8MY]

March of Dimes Foundation: mint coins in recognition and celebration (see S. 1935), S2928 [7MY]

McGovern, George S.: tribute (see S. Res. 607), S7303 [30NO]

Medicare: clarify application of secondary payer rules (see S. 1718), S6063 [10SE]

Motor vehicles: prevent car and truck rental companies from renting vehicles that contain a defect related to vehicle safety (see S. 3706), S8364 [21DE]

National Adoption Day: support goals and ideals (see S. Res. 595), S7215 [29NO]

National Adoption Month: support goals and ideals (see S. Res. 595), S7215 [29NO]

National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week: designate (see S. Res. 546), S5978 [2AU]

National Charter Schools Week: support goals and ideals (see S. Res. 447), S2968 [8MY]

National Child Awareness Month: designate (see S. Res. 522), S5047 [16JY]

National Cytomegalovirus Awareness Month: designate (see S. Res. 510), S4637 [26JN]

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Establishment Act: reauthorize and amend (see S. 1494), S132 [26JA]

National forests: declare state of emergency and implement hazardous fuel reduction projects for extreme fire hazard and unsafe conditions caused by pine beetle infestations, drought, disease, or storm damage (see S. 2277), S2497 [18AP]

National Hispanic-Serving Institutions Week: designate (see S. Res. 568), S6455 [19SE]

National Kids to Parks Day: designate (see S. Res. 463), S3234 [16MY]

National MPS Awareness Day: designate (see S. Res. 450), S3042 [9MY]

National Native American Heritage Month: observance (see S. Res. 561), S6454 [19SE]

National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: support goals and ideals (see S. Res. 537), S5871 [1AU]

National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: designate (see S. Res. 538), S5871 [1AU]

National Teacher Appreciation Week: observance (see S. Res. 461), S3174 [15MY]

National Tribal Colleges and Universities Week: designate (see S. Res. 605), S7303 [30NO]

Native American Heritage Day: observance (see S. Res. 561), S6454 [19SE]

Native Americans: deem certain claims presented to an Indian Health Service contracting officer pursuant to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act as timely presented (see S. 2389), S2821 [26AP]

Newtown, CT: condemn shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, express condolences for victims, and commend school personnel and first responders who responded to shootings (see S. Res. 621), S8071 [17DE]

NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps Act: reauthorize and amend (see S. 2388), S2821 [26AP]

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: protect rights of conscience relative to requirements for coverage of specific items and services (see S. 1467), S495 [9FE]

——— repeal health insurance tax (see S. 1880), S3423 [22MY]

Power resources: clarify that a State has the sole authority to regulate hydraulic fracturing on Federal land within the boundaries of the State (see S. 2248), S2166 [28MR]

——— facilitate domestic energy production to reduce energy costs and spur economic growth and job creation (see S. 3445), S5486 [26JY]

——— recognize primacy of States relative to regulation of hydraulic fracturing on Federal land within the boundaries of the State (see S. 3573), S6454 [19SE]

President’s Youth Council: establish (see S. Res. 608), S7402 [4DE]

Public lands: provide for State approval of new units of national forests, parks, wildlife refuges, wild and scenic rivers, trails, wilderness, conservation or recreation areas, or other Federal systems (see S. 2473), S2823 [26AP]

Religion: honor historical contributions of Catholic sisters (see S. Res. 515), S4725 [28JN]

Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse, Juneau, AK: designate (see S. 2251), S2242 [29MR]

Rotary International: commend efforts to prevent and eradicate polio (see S. Res. 473), S4370 [20JN]

Rudman, Warren: tribute (see S. Res. 604), S7215 [29NO]

SBA: remove limit on anticipated award price for contracts awarded under the procurement program for women-owned small business concerns and identify industries in which women are underrepresented (see S. 2172), S1459 [7MR]

Ships and vessels: establish uniform and environmentally sound standards governing discharges incidental to the normal operation of a vessel in the navigable waters of the U.S. (see S. 3332), S4417 [21JN]

Small Business Saturday: designate (see S. Res. 589), S6626 [21SE]

Social Security: repeal Government pension offset and windfall elimination provisions (see S. 2010), S3130 [14MY]

Specter, Arlen: tribute (see S. Res. 612), S7703 [10DE]

Taxation: exempt certain air taxi services from taxes on transportation by air (see S. 3451), S5659 [30JY]

——— extend publicly traded partnership ownership structure to energy power generation projects and transportation fuels (see S. 3275), S6746 [13NO]

——— extend the new markets tax credit (see S. 996), S6340 [13SE]

——— extend time period for contributing military death gratuities to Roth IRAs and Coverdell education savings accounts (see S. 3234), S4419 [21JN]

Trafficking Victims Protection Act: authorize appropriations and enhance measures to combat trafficking in persons (see S. 1301), S6627 [21SE]

Transportation Security Administration: require compliance with the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (see S. 1990), S568 [13FE]

Travel and tourism: stimulate international tourism by reforming the visa process, encouraging Canadian and Chinese tourism to the U.S., and updating the visa waiver program (see S. 3199), S3280 [17MY]

U.S. Chamber of Commerce: anniversary (see S. Res. 482), S4370 [20JN]

Veterans: improve protection and enforcement of employment and reemployment rights of members of the uniformed services (see S. 3236), S4823 [10JY]

Violence Against Women Act: reauthorize (see S. 1925), S133 [26JA]

Wallenberg, Raoul: award Congressional Gold Medal (see S. 1591), S1577 [12MR]

Water: prevent finalization by the EPA or Corps of Engineers of proposed guidance on identification of waters protected by the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (see S. 2245), S3088 [10MY]

Week of the Young Child: designate (see S. Res. 436), S2826 [26AP]

Wildfires: tribute to efforts of firefighters and military personnel to contain wildfires and protect life, homes, and natural resources (see S. Res. 523), S5047 [16JY]

Women: remove deadline for ratification of constitutional amendment to ensure equal rights (see S.J. Res. 39), S2326 [16AP]

World War II: award Congressional Gold Medal to the First Special Service Force (see S. 1460), S1089 [28FE]

——— recognize superior service of members of the First Special Service Force (see S. Res. 577), S6626 [21SE]

Year of the Korean War Veteran: designate (see S. Res. 602), S7040 [28NO]

Bills and resolutions introduced

Air Force: prevent relocation of F–16 aircraft from Eielson AFB, AK (see S. 2073), S350 [6FE]

Alaska: authorize establishment of a Niblack mining area road corridor (see S. 3330), S4417 [21JN]

Anchorage, AK: provide for unencumbering of title to non-Federal land owned by the city for purposes of economic development by conveying Federal reversion interest to the city (see S. 3633), S6855 [15NO]

Courts: require the attorney for the Government to disclose favorable information to the defendant in criminal prosecutions brought by the U.S. (see S. 2197), S1734 [15MR]

Credit: require lender or servicer of a home mortgage, upon a request by the homeowner for a short sale, to make a prompt decision whether to allow the sale (see S. 2120), S850 [16FE]

Dept. of Justice: issue a report on the Alaska Rural Justice and Law Enforcement Commission (see S. 3373), S4893 [11JY]

Dept. of the Interior: implement President Obama’s proposed Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas leasing program and conduct additional oil and gas lease sales to promote offshore energy development (see S. 3438), S5381 [25JY]

FERC: remove authority to collect land use fees for land that has been sold, exchanged, or otherwise transferred from Federal ownership but that is subject to a power site reservation (see S. 3265), S3729 [5JN]

Global Youth Service Days: designate (see S. Res. 421), S2393 [17AP]

Iran: close loopholes, increase transparency, and improve effectiveness of sanctions on trade in petroleum products (see S. 2058), S261 [1FE]

Mount Denali: designate (see S. 2272), S2242 [29MR]

National Airborne Day: designate (see S. Res. 527), S5304 [24JY]

National Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Day: designate (see S. Res. 536), S5871 [1AU]

Red Ribbon Week: support goals and ideals (see S. Res. 578), S6626 [21SE]

Sports: recognize heritage of recreational fishing, hunting, and shooting on public lands and ensure continued opportunities for those activities (see S. 2066), S323 [2FE]

Taiwan: support efforts to strengthen democracy and human rights and encourage Government to take into consideration international election monitoring recommendations (see S. Res. 542), S5978 [2AU]

Taxation: allow Indian tribes to receive charitable contributions of apparently wholesome food (see S. 3299), S4203 [14JN]

Walter Harper Talkeetna Ranger Station, Talkeetna, AK: designate (see S. 2273), S2242 [29MR]

Cloture motions

Congress: prohibit Members and employees from using nonpublic information derived from their official positions for personal benefit (S. 2038), S1839 [20MR], S1980 [22MR]

Letters

BIA Indian Reservation Roads program revised funding formula: A. Webster Demmert III, Klawock Cooperative Association, S695 [15FE]

——— Dawn Hutchison, Wrangell Cooperative Association, S695 [15FE]

——— John Gomez, Jr., Ramona Band of Cahuilla, S694 [15FE]

——— Joseph D. Hamilton, Ramona Band of Cahuilla, S694 [15FE]

——— Myron P. Naneng, Sr., Association of Village Council Presidents, S695 [15FE]

——— Stacy Dixon, Susanville Indian Rancheria, S694 [15FE]

Prevent FDA approval of genetically-engineered fish unless NOAA concurs with such approval: Ioana Rusu, Consumers Union, S3496 [23MY]

——— Keith Curley, Trout Unlimited (organization), S3497 [23MY]

Violence Against Women Act reauthorization: by, S5348 [25JY]

Privilege of the floor

Albertson, Jenessa, S5894 [1AU]

Clingenpeel, Cale, S5894 [1AU]

Colligan, Carly, S5894 [1AU]

Freitag, Mari, S5894 [1AU]

Haymans, Parker, S5894 [1AU]

Lewis, Courtney, S5894 [1AU]

Logan, Travis, S5894 [1AU]

Mueller, Joseph, S5894 [1AU]

Tomera, Katherine, S5894 [1AU]

Torgerson, Marissa, S5894 [1AU]

Udland, Sierra, S5894 [1AU]

Watts, Douglas, S5894 [1AU]

Remarks

Air Force: submit report evaluating upside potential of Eielson AFB, AK, before dismantling or relocation of assets, S7290 [30NO]

Alaska: authorize establishment of a Niblack mining area road corridor (S. 3330), S4420 [21JN]

——— impact of debris from Japanese earthquake, S5848S5850 [1AU]

——— tribute to ‘‘Choose Respect’’ initiative to reduce rates of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse, S2204 [29MR]

——— tribute to Coast Guard and Alaska National Guard for response to severe weather, S115S117 [26JA]

Alaska Quarterly Review (publication): anniversary, S2918• [7MY]

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame (organization): tribute, S698• [15FE]

Anchorage, AK: provide for unencumbering of title to non-Federal land owned by the city for purposes of economic development by conveying Federal reversion interest to the city (S. 3633), S6856 [15NO]

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: oil and gas exploration, S1035 [27FE]

BIA: revised funding formula for Indian Reservation Roads program, S692, S696 [15FE]

Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2838), House amendment, S7972 [12DE]

——— clarify restrictions on certain fishing vessels, S7972 [12DE]

Computers: improve cybersecurity by collaborating with industry, enhancing information sharing, strengthening criminal statutes for cyber crimes, and updating Federal security standards, S5942 [2AU]

——— improve cybersecurity by collaborating with industry, enhancing information sharing, strengthening criminal statutes for cyber crimes, and updating Federal security standards (S. 2151), S1204 [1MR]

Congress: approve permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline, S1707 [15MR], S2143 [28MR]

Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, and military construction (S. 3254), S7290 [30NO]

——— require an expedited review of Freedom of Information Act requests made by Members of Congress about activities in the Members’ States, S7292 [30NO]

Dept. of the Interior: authorize exploration, leasing, development, and production of oil and gas in and from the western Coastal Plain of Alaska without surface occupancy, S2143 [28MR]

——— authorize exploration, leasing, development, and production of oil and gas in and from the western Coastal Plain of Alaska without surface occupancy (S. 351), S1708 [15MR]

——— authorize exploration, leasing, development, production, and economically feasible and prudent transportation of oil and gas in and from the Coastal Plain of Alaska (S. 352), S1708 [15MR]

——— reinstate Draft Proposed Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Leasing Program, S1526 [8MR]

Ecology and environment: expedite environmental and judicial review of projects subject to the National Environmental Policy Act, S2144 [28MR]

EPA: disapprove rule relative to maximum achievable control technology for certain steam generating units (S.J. Res. 37), motion to proceed, S4315 [20JN]

——— impact of regulations, S5460S5462 [26JY]

FDA: prevent approval of genetically-engineered fish unless NOAA concurs with such approval, S3495 [23MY], S3554 [24MY]

——— revise and extend the user-fee programs for prescription drugs and medical devices and establish user-fee programs for generic drugs and biosimilars (S. 3187), S3495 [23MY], S3554 [24MY]

Federal agencies and departments: grant authority to implement rule to improve Federal permitting and review process of infrastructure projects, S2144 [28MR]

FEMA: restore financial solvency of the National Flood Insurance Fund (S. 1940), S4640 [26JN]

FERC: remove authority to collect land use fees for land that has been sold, exchanged, or otherwise transferred from Federal ownership but that is subject to a power site reservation (S. 3265), S3732 [5JN]

Global Youth Service Days: designate (S. Res. 421), S2452 [17AP]

Hawaii: express the policy of the U.S. toward Native Hawaiians and provide a process for the reorganization and recognition of the Native Hawaiian government (S. 675), S8268 [20DE]

Independence Day: observance, S4718 [28JN]

Inouye, Daniel K.: tribute (S. Res. 624), S8153 [18DE]

Juneau (AK) Empire: anniversary, S6795• [14NO]

Memorial Day: observance, S3618 [24MY]

Obama, President: evaluation of energy policies, S6480 [20SE]

Parcha, Aaron: Distinguished Flying Cross recipient, S6892 [26NO]

Petroleum: dependence on foreign sources, S1707 [15MR]

——— economic impact of increasing oil prices, S1035 [27FE]

——— gasoline price levels, S2050 [27MR]

Political campaigns: provide for additional disclosure requirements for corporations, labor organizations, and other entities (S. 3369), motion to proceed, S5068 [17JY]

Power resources: eliminate unnecessary tax subsidies and promote renewable energy (S. 2204), S2121, S2143, S2144, S2147 [28MR]

——— eliminate unnecessary tax subsidies and promote renewable energy (S. 2204), motion to proceed, S2050, S2052 [27MR]

——— increase oil and gas production on Federal lands, S1708 [15MR]

——— national energy policy, S1707 [15MR]

Roads and highways: extend Federal-aid highway, highway safety, motor carrier safety, transit, and other Highway Trust Fund-funded programs (S. 1813), S692, S696 [15FE], S1526 [8MR], S2050 [27MR], S2204 [29MR]

Senate: tribute to interns from Alaska, S5848 [1AU]

Stuemke, Brandon: Distinguished Flying Cross recipient, S6892 [26NO]

Supreme Court: decision in Citizens United v. FEC on corporate political contributions used for political speech, S5068 [17JY]

Taiwan: support efforts to strengthen democracy and human rights and encourage Government to take into consideration international election monitoring recommendations (S. Res. 542), S5991 [2AU], S6438 [19SE]

Technology: enhance security and resiliency of U.S. cyber and communications infrastructure (S. 3414), S5942 [2AU]

Ted Stevens Day: observance, S5462 [26JY]

Terrorism: anniversary of terrorist attacks, S6099 [11SE]

Violence Against Women Act: reauthorize (S. 1925), S1703 [15MR], S2204 [29MR], S2770 [26AP]

Walter Harper Talkeetna Ranger Station, Talkeetna, AK: designate (S. 2273), S2253 [29MR]

Widener, Christopher: Distinguished Flying Cross recipient, S6892 [26NO]

Reports

National Election in Taiwan: International Election Observers Mission, S6438S6440 [19SE]

Texts of

S. 2197, Fairness in Disclosure of Evidence Act, S1736 [15MR]

Tributes

Adams, Albert P.S., S6620• [21SE]

Akaka, Senator, S8268 [20DE]

Bingaman, Senator, S8547 [30DE]

Boochever, Robert, S4721• [28JN]

Brown, Senator Scott P., S8546 [30DE]

Cushing, Frank M., S697 [15FE]

Frank, Richard, S6620• [21SE]

Heinze, Cheryll, S5208• [19JY]

Hutchison, Senator, S8546 [30DE]

Juneby, Issac, S5083• [17JY]

Kohl, Senator, S8547 [30DE]

Lugar, Senator, S8545 [30DE]

Mikulski, Senator, S1909 [21MR]

Rada, Ellen F. Juneby, S5083• [17JY]

Rasmuson, Mary Louise M., S5971• [2AU]

Riddle, Ruby, S6796• [14NO]

Slick, Sherrie, S4146 [13JN]

Snowe, Senator, S8546 [30DE]

Uhart, Barney, S6621• [21SE]