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House Proceeding on Jan 14th, 2009 :: 2:00:40 to 2:01:55
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Mark Green

2:00:37 to 2:00:59( Edit History Discussion )

Mark Green: through the nose for the things we are doing today. we don't have the money to do all these things. that will lead to hyper inflation down the road and severe economic problems. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from new jersey. mr. pallone: i yield one minute to the the gentleman fm texas, mr. green. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute.

Mark Green

2:00:40 to 2:01:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Mark Green

Mark Green

2:01:00 to 2:01:22( Edit History Discussion )

Mark Green: . mr. green: i rise in support of this act. during the 111th congress we made two attempts to re-authorize the schip program. unfortunately both these bills were vetoed by the president. with six million american children currently eligible for schip yet unenrolled, the passage of this bill is overdue.

Mark Green

2:01:23 to 2:01:43( Edit History Discussion )

Mark Green: it re-authorizes schip through 2013, extends schip coverage to seven million children already enrolled, but the schip progr covers four million more children. 11 million children will be covered under schip when we pass this bill. the bill includes a provision that i'm proud that's in there, h.r. 465, immigrant children's health improvement act, which gives states the option to cover

Mark Green

2:01:44 to 2:01:55( Edit History Discussion )

Mark Green: children and pregnant women of lawfully residing children in our country. these are not illegal immigrants. they are children who go to school, go to daycare with our children, our grandchildren. those children ought to have

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