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House Proceeding on Feb 4th, 2010 :: 4:14:40 to 4:16:00
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Allen Boyd

4:14:37 to 4:14:58( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: responsible spending, vote no on the largest e-time increase in the debt limit, and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from michigan reserves. the gentleman from florida is . mr. boyd: thank you, madam speaker. i yield myself one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. boyd: mad in favor of this pay-go legislation. this has been part of this for many, many years.

Allen Boyd

4:14:40 to 4:16:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Allen Boyd

Allen Boyd

4:14:59 to 4:15:20( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: i'm proud to stand here today where we are on the brink of final passage of this important legislation. madam speaker, pay-go was the very first bill that president obama set to congress last year and the progress we have made in the last year would not be possibleithout his support, and i want to -- i want to thank the president for weighing in and supporting

Allen Boyd

4:15:21 to 4:15:42( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: fiscal responsibility. i want to take a moment to thank the leaders of the house who have been so important, particularly speaker nancy pelosi who has a commitment to fiscal responsibility, majority leader steny hoyer you've already heard from and also chairman of the budget committee, the gentleman fro south carolina, john spratt. my blue dog colleagues and i

Allen Boyd

4:15:43 to 4:16:02( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: will continue to advocate for tools to bring our fiscal house in order because this is only the very first step. it is a small step and will not solve all of our problems that have been created over the last decade. but we will continue to advocate for tools that will pave the way for long-term economic stability.

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