IN APPRECIATION OF THE SERVICE OF JOSEPH EHRENKRANTZ; Congressional Record Vol. 163, No. 122
(Extensions of Remarks - July 19, 2017)

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          IN APPRECIATION OF THE SERVICE OF JOSEPH EHRENKRANTZ

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                         HON. JOHN CONYERS, JR.

                              of michigan

                    in the house of representatives

                        Wednesday, July 19, 2017

  Mr. CONYERS. Mr. Speaker, I rise to recognize Joseph Ehrenkrantz for 
his dedicated service to the House of Representatives. Over the past 
two years, he has diligently served the House Judiciary Committee.
  A 2014 graduate of the University of Maryland, Joe majored in English 
and Political Science. He began his career with the House Judiciary 
Committee Democrats shortly after graduation--initially as an intern 
and subsequently as a Professional Staff member.
  Joe has worked tirelessly on the full range of issues that come 
before the Committee. These include civil rights and voting rights, 
state and local taxation, constitutional issues, and investor visas. 
Joe was also charged with keeping track of innumerable legislative and 
oversight details concerning the Committee. He has performed all of 
these tasks with his customary energy and enthusiasm.
  Joe has also served the Committee with regard to a number of 
administrative matters. These include coordinating briefings, staffing 
hearings, organizing Minority forums, providing information technology 
assistance, clerking markups, helping coordinate the intern program, 
and providing general office management. His knowledge of Committee 
proceedings and procedure, coupled with his dedication to progressive 
priorities, has made him an integral member of our staff.
  We thank Joe for his many outstanding contributions to the House 
Judiciary Committee and the U.S. House of Representatives, and wish him 
well as he begins law school at Georgetown University this fall. He 
will surely be greatly missed.

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