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House Proceeding 01-15-09 on Jan 15th, 2009 :: 0:11:10 to 0:13:20
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Eric Cantor

0:11:06 to 0:11:26( Edit History Discussion )

Eric Cantor: to tell him i share his concerns and will be working toward the end that he seeks to achieve. mr. cantor: i thank the gentleman for that. madam speaker, i'd also like the gentleman, if he would commit to -- ask the gentleman if he would commit-to-loug both republicans and democrats the ability to offer amendments on a regular basis, especially as in this

Eric Cantor

0:11:10 to 0:13:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Eric Cantor

Eric Cantor

0:11:27 to 0:11:47( Edit History Discussion )

Eric Cantor: instance when a bill comes to the floor without committee consideration. mr. hoyer: i understand the gentleman's concern. as you know we are now considering a bill which had both republican and democratic conditions for accountability and transparency in dealing with

Eric Cantor

0:11:48 to 0:12:08( Edit History Discussion )

Eric Cantor: mortgages fail yours. in the present bill that's on the floor. certainly that will be my objective. . mr. cantor: i would like to further inquire of the gentleman, along those lines, i know that we now are looking at next week, as you suggest,

Eric Cantor

0:12:09 to 0:12:29( Edit History Discussion )

Eric Cantor: beginning the legislative process on the consideration of a stimulus bill. and i would note that two of the gentleman's chairmen, mr. rangel and mr. obey from the appropriations committee, have released summaries of the house democratic economic recovery

Eric Cantor

0:12:30 to 0:12:51( Edit History Discussion )

Eric Cantor: package. however, both gentlemen have not publicly released legislative text. and i would say to the gentleman, it is one thing for us to have a summary of the bill. it is another when we are contemplating spending 25 billion of the taxpayers' money

Eric Cantor

0:12:52 to 0:13:12( Edit History Discussion )

Eric Cantor: as to when the text of a reported stimulus bill could be made publicly available. mr. hoyer: i would hope and expect the text to be available by the end of business tomorrow. i'm very hopeful that will be the case. again, you understand the

Eric Cantor

0:13:13 to 0:13:20( Edit History Discussion )

Eric Cantor: practical problems as they are now drafting all of the agreement, and hopefully the

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