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House Proceeding on Jan 13th, 2010 :: 0:41:00 to 0:43:00
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Bill Foster

0:40:42 to 0:41:02( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Foster: legislative to revise and extend their re 64. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. obey: madam speaker, i'm the only side of the aisle. and i plan to be brief. so i will yield the customary 30 from florida, mr. young, for the purpose of debat and i time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from flori is

Bill Foster

0:41:00 to 0:43:00( Edit History Discussion )
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Bill Foster

0:41:03 to 0:41:25( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Foster: recognized. mr. young: madam speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speakepro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. young: and i wanted to rise in support of the position taken by my friend, mr. obey. he didn't say what that position was exactly. so i'm assuming that we're

Bill Foster

0:41:26 to 0:41:48( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Foster: going to vote no, that we're going to support the president's veto. on our side, we fully support this issue. i find it a little ironic that here we are having to defend the constitutional prerogatives of the congress in a joint resolution that was

Bill Foster

0:41:49 to 0:42:09( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Foster: sent to the president to respect his constitutional prerogatives. under article 1, s the constitution, the president has up to days to review legislation before deciding whether to sign it into law. however, since the continuing

Bill Foster

0:42:10 to 0:42:31( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Foster: resolution is to keep the government functioning -- the appropriations bill is set to expire, the continuing resolution is sent to the president to give him the opportunity to review the appropriations bill. as a matter of courtesy to the president, congress on a

Bill Foster

0:42:32 to 0:42:53( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Foster: bipartisan basis traditionally submits a short-term signing c.r. to preserve the president's ability. that's exactly wat the situation here is today. it's basically a moot question other than the constitutional requirements. and so we're here to say to my

Bill Foster

0:42:54 to 0:43:01( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Foster: friend, mr. obey, and to you, madam speaker, that assuming that mr. obey is going to recommend a no vote, we're

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