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House Proceeding on Apr 22nd, 2009 :: 0:13:37 to 0:14:58
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Kathleen Dahlkemper

0:13:37 to 0:13:55( Edit History Discussion )

Kathleen Dahlkemper: gentlewoman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from pennsylvania rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mrs. dahlkemper: then senator gaylord johnson from wisconsin established a day in which thousands of americans across the country could demonstrate their support for the most

Kathleen Dahlkemper

0:13:56 to 0:14:17( Edit History Discussion )

Kathleen Dahlkemper: precious resource we have. a healthy, sustainable environment. tens of millions of americans continue on this tradition every april 22, a day we call earth day. i want to acknowledge the commitment of citizens who use this day to do t whether planting a tree, picking up litter or teaching their children what they can do

Kathleen Dahlkemper

0:14:18 to 0:14:38( Edit History Discussion )

Kathleen Dahlkemper: each day to better the world. every one of these individuals is playing a crucial role as we work to meet the challenges that we face as a nation and as a world. mr. speaker, i have always been a proponent of the environment. in fact, i found and operated the lake erie arboretum in erie, pennsylvania, and i tried to impart upon my children in meeting the environmental challenges of the 21st century.

Kathleen Dahlkemper

0:14:39 to 0:14:59( Edit History Discussion )

Kathleen Dahlkemper: and the house of representatives, i'm proud to continue this work as we take proactive steps in protecting our environment and our way of life. we'll try to help improve our environment by securing fresh, clean water for all americans. to this end, i'm proud to attach my amendment to promote

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