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House Proceeding on Jan 14th, 2009 :: 3:04:40 to 3:08:55
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the treasury not otherwise appropriated such sums as may be necessary not to exceed billion for fiscal year 2009. two, shortfall states described. for purposes of paragraph 3 a shortfall state described in this paragraph is a state with a state child health plan --

Nathan Deal

3:04:37 to 3:04:57( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: shortfall state described in this paragraph is a state with a state child health plan -- the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. waxman: i ask unanimous consent that the motion to recommit be read and i also withdraw my point of order. the speaker pro tempore: is there objection? reading it, without objection,

Nathan Deal

3:04:40 to 3:08:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Nathan Deal

3:04:42 to 3:05:02( Edit History Discussion )

the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. waxman: i ask unanimous consent that the motion to recommit be read and i also withdraw my point of order. the speaker pro tempore: is there objection? reading it, without objection, the reading is dispensed with. the reservation and point of order has been withdrawn.

Nathan Deal

3:04:58 to 3:05:19( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: the reading is dispensed with. the reservation and point of order has been withdrawn. the gentleman from georgia is recognized for five minutes in support of his motion. mr. deal: thank you, madam speaker. the republican motion to recommit replaces what i consider to be a deeply flawed bill that has been offered and also has improvements to the

Nathan Deal

3:05:03 to 3:05:25( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: the gentleman from georgia is recognized for five minutes in support of his motion. mr. deal: thank you, madam speaker. the republican motion to recommit replaces what i consider to be a deeply flawed bill that has been offered and also has improvements to the schip proposal we are considering. unlike h.r. 2, the republican

Nathan Deal

3:05:10 to 3:08:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Nathan Deal

Nathan Deal

3:05:20 to 3:05:40( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: schip proposal we are considering. unlike h.r. 2, the republican motion to recommit fully funds schip program for the next seven years, not 4 1/2 years, as the underlying bill would do. and thereby ensuring that needy families and thoseith low-incomes will be be covered and eligible under schip through

Nathan Deal

3:05:26 to 3:05:46( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: motion to recommit fully funds schip program for the next seven years, not 4 1/2 years, as the underlying bill would do. and thereby ensuring that needy families and thoseith low-incomes will be be covered and eligible under schip through f.y. 2015. according to the congressional budget office, the motion to

Nathan Deal

3:05:41 to 3:06:01( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: f.y. 2015. according to the congressional budget office, the motion to recommit will not cause a single schip enrolled child to lose his or her health care coverage. unlike the bill that is under consideration, h.r. 2, the motion to recommit puts poor children first by holding states

Nathan Deal

3:05:47 to 3:06:07( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: recommit will not cause a single schip enrolled child to lose his or her health care coverage. unlike the bill that is under consideration, h.r. 2, the motion to recommit puts poor children first by holding states accountable for not funding -- not finding and enrolling their low-income, uninsured children. each year states would be

Nathan Deal

3:06:02 to 3:06:24( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: accountable for not funding -- not finding and enrolling their low-income, uninsured children. each year states would be required to report to the secretary of h.h.s. how they intend to ensure that at least 90% of their children with family incomes under 0,000 per year have quality health care coverage in either a public or a private health care plan.

Nathan Deal

3:06:08 to 3:06:30( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: required to report to the secretary of h.h.s. how they intend to ensure that at least 90% of their children with family incomes under 0,000 per year have quality health care coverage in either a public or a private health care plan. states would also be required to demonstrate that they have met th 90% coverage target before

Nathan Deal

3:06:25 to 3:06:45( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: states would also be required to demonstrate that they have met th 90% coverage target before they are able to shift their enrollment activities to higher income families. unlike h.r. 2, the motion to recommit maintains the requirement in current law that states verify the identity and citizenship status of medicaid

Nathan Deal

3:06:31 to 3:06:52( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: they are able to shift their enrollment activities to higher income families. unlike h.r. 2, the motion to recommit maintains the requirement in current law that states verify the identity and citizenship status of medicaid and schip applicants and prevents illegal aliens and other unqualified individuals from fraudulently gaining access to these taxpayer funded

Nathan Deal

3:06:46 to 3:07:07( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: and schip applicants and prevents illegal aliens and other unqualified individuals from fraudulently gaining access to these taxpayer funded programs. unlike h.r. 2, the republican motion to recommit preserves limited schip dollars for low-income, uninsured children by preventing states from abusing the income disregard

Nathan Deal

3:06:53 to 3:07:15( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: programs. unlike h.r. 2, the republican motion to recommit preserves limited schip dollars for low-income, uninsured children by preventing states from abusing the income disregard loophole that is in the current law and would be continued under the underlying bill. unlike h.r. 2, the republican

Nathan Deal

3:07:08 to 3:07:28( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: loophole that is in the current law and would be continued under the underlying bill. unlike h.r. 2, the republican motion to recommit, federal funds will be reserved for families with incomes under 300% of the federal poverty level which is currently 300 for a family of four.

Nathan Deal

3:07:16 to 3:07:36( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: motion to recommit, federal funds will be reserved for families with incomes under 300% of the federal poverty level which is currently 300 for a family of four. this motion to recommit is compliant with the majority's pay-go rules by asking corporations with assets in

Nathan Deal

3:07:29 to 3:07:50( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: this motion to recommit is compliant with the majority's pay-go rules by asking corporations with assets in excess of billion to shift some estimated tax payments due in fiscal year 2009 to fiscal year 2018. the majority has repeatedly used this short-term shifting of

Nathan Deal

3:07:37 to 3:07:57( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: excess of billion to shift some estimated tax payments due in fiscal year 2009 to fiscal year 2018. the majority has repeatedly used this short-term shifting of funding to meet the five-year pay-go requirements and we are using it today to comply with the majority's pay-go

Nathan Deal

3:07:51 to 3:08:11( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: funding to meet the five-year pay-go requirements and we are using it today to comply with the majority's pay-go requirements without raising taxes. a fully paid for without increasing taxes on the amerin people is what this motion to recommit would provide. and unlike the underlying bill, h.r. 2, the republican recommit

Nathan Deal

3:07:58 to 3:08:18( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: requirements without raising taxes. a fully paid for without increasing taxes on the amerin people is what this motion to recommit would provide. and unlike the underlying bill, h.r. 2, the republican recommit motion will actually allow president-elect obama to keep his promise to the american people of not increasing their taxes.

Nathan Deal

3:08:12 to 3:08:32( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: motion will actually allow president-elect obama to keep his promise to the american people of not increasing their taxes. we believe that these fundamental changes from the underlying bill not only improve it but extend theife of it for a full seven-year period and is all together appropriate and does not include increasing

Nathan Deal

3:08:19 to 3:08:39( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: we believe that these fundamental changes from the underlying bill not only improve it but extend theife of it for a full seven-year period and is all together appropriate and does not include increasing taxes on the american people. we believe in the schip program. we think that it should be

Nathan Deal

3:08:33 to 3:08:53( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: taxes on the american people. we believe in the schip program. we think that it should be properly applied in states and applied primarily to those who are low-income, poor families first rather than going up the economic scale of eligibility. with these -- for these reasons i would urge this body to adopt

Nathan Deal

3:08:40 to 3:08:56( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: properly applied in states and applied primarily to those who are low-income, poor families first rather than going up the economic scale of eligibility. with these -- for these reasons i would urge this body to adopt the motion to recommit and to

Nathan Deal

3:08:54 to 3:08:56( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: the motion to recommit and to

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