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House Proceeding on Mar 24th, 2010 :: 0:07:20 to 0:08:45
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Loretta Sanchez

0:07:18 to 0:07:38( Edit History Discussion )

Loretta Sanchez: we can't take them in either. americans should be prepared for higher premiums. that, madam speaker, is the reality of reform. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from california seek recognition? >> to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized. ms. sanchez: thank you, madam speaker. i rise today to commemorate the

Loretta Sanchez

0:07:20 to 0:08:45( Edit History Discussion )
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Loretta Sanchez

0:07:39 to 0:08:00( Edit History Discussion )

Loretta Sanchez: life of bob rodenberg who passed 6 of this year. bob had been a dedicated pastor at the unified thodist church and oco board member for many years. he remained passionate about

Loretta Sanchez

0:08:01 to 0:08:23( Edit History Discussion )

Loretta Sanchez: the role of church and the public life until the end and he was particularly passionate about the accessibility for everyone. having witnessed the dysfunction of the medical system through his experience as a doctor and, of course, through his own as a patient. he traveled to washington, d.c., on more than one occasion to share his faithnd his

Loretta Sanchez

0:08:24 to 0:08:45( Edit History Discussion )

Loretta Sanchez: vision with our elected officials. bob challenged oco both with his vision and with the death of his reflection. he had a profound role in shaping oco and it was a positive influence on the members of his church and beyond and he will be deeply missed. i send my deepest condolences

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