(Senate - August 05, 1995)

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  Mr. DOLE. Mr. President, the Senate will lose one of its most 
dedicated floor staffers today. Elizabeth MacDonough will be leaving us 
to attend law school this fall at the University of Vermont. Liz has 
worked in the Senate for the past 5 years, first in the Senate Library 
as a legislative reference assistant, and then as the assistant morning 
business editor of the Congressional Record. In addition to her duties 
preparing the morning business section of the Record, Liz can be found 
sitting at the corner of the Reporters' table in the well of the 
Senate, listening intently to our every word, ready to chase us down to 
retrieve those materials we have asked to have printed in the Record. 
We will miss her dedication and wonderful sense of humor. On behalf of 
all Senators, I say farewell and wish her good luck in all her future 
  Mr. DASCHLE. Mr. President, let me also associate myself with the 
remarks of the majority leader with regard to Elizabeth McDonough. We 
will miss her. She has been a delight to work with. We wish her well as 
she goes on to school and hope that she comes back frequently. She has 
been a very, very important member of the floor staff, and we are 
delighted to have had the opportunity to work with her.