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House Proceeding on Jan 21st, 2009 :: 1:53:55 to 1:55:15
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Sue Wilkins Myrick

1:53:37 to 1:53:57( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: murphy, had been disposed of. it is now in order to consider amendment number 8 printed in house report for what purpose does gentlewoman from north carolina rise. mrs. myrick: thank you, mr. speaker. i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will designate the amendment.

Sue Wilkins Myrick

1:53:55 to 1:55:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Sue Wilkins Myrick

Sue Wilkins Myrick

1:53:58 to 1:54:18( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: the clerk: amendment number 8, printed in house report number 111-3, offered by mismyrick of north carolina. the chair: prosecution -- pursuant to house resolution 62, the gentlewoman from north carolina, mrs. myrick, and a member opposed will each control five minutes. the chair recognizes the gentlewoman from north

Sue Wilkins Myrick

1:54:19 to 1:54:39( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: carolina. mrs. myrick: any company that accepts or has accepted tarp funds would be preventing from outsourcing any new customer service or call center jobs to a foreign company. i'm not aware of any companies that have participated in the tarp that have entered into any new contracts with foreign-based customer service centers, but do i know our

Sue Wilkins Myrick

1:54:40 to 1:55:00( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: constituents have a great deal of skepticism about the tarp program and how their money's being spent. if a company that has been propped up with taxpayer dollars were to outsource these types of jobs, it would create further cynicism. i understand this is a global interconnected economy. however given the amount of federal dollars pouring into

Sue Wilkins Myrick

1:55:01 to 1:55:15( Edit History Discussion )

Sue Wilkins Myrick: u.s. companies from the tarp, and given the fact that the u.s. unemployment rate is now above 7%, i don't think it's unreasonable to demand that american workers are used to fill any new customer service

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