U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) spoke on the Senate Floor today to honor Senate Sergeant at Arms Terry Gainer, who is retiring after over 7 years of service to the Senate. Gainer, who was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, has served longer than any Senate Sergeant At Arms since World War II, and was unanimously elected to his position four times.
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|4/29/14||Paul H. Douglas Award for Ethics in Government|
|4/29/14||Honoring the Illinoisans Lost in the Hospital Attack in Afghanistan|
|4/29/14||Testimony of Alfonza Wysinger, Chicago Police Department First Deputy Superintendent|
|4/29/14||Law Enforcement Responses to Disabled Americans: Promising Approaches for Protecting Public Safety|
|4/28/14||Working Families Summit|