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House Proceeding 02-05-07 on Feb 6th, 2007 :: 0:02:37 to 0:04:17
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Peter A. DeFazio

0:00:28 to 0:02:37( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Peter A. DeFazio

Peter A. DeFazio

0:02:29 to 0:02:37( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: social security and medicare jeopardizing those programs. taste budget is like swiss cheese but smells like limburger. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from oregon

Greg Walden

0:02:37 to 0:02:49( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: rise? mr. walden: madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. walden: thank you, madam speaker.

Greg Walden

0:02:37 to 0:04:17( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Greg Walden

Greg Walden

0:02:49 to 0:03:02( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: the failure of congress to re-authorize the secure rural schools and community self-determination act amounts to a preach of faith more than 600 forested counties in 4,400 school district across

Greg Walden

0:03:02 to 0:03:12( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: our country. for oregon this means cutting core school programs. removing the one detective from the drug enforcement task force and losing 40% of the road department employees. in their own

Greg Walden

0:03:12 to 0:03:23( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: words, the sheriff says, losing these funds will leave a huge void in our fight against illegal drug activity and we would also be forced to cut our contract with the forest service to

Greg Walden

0:03:23 to 0:03:35( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: patrol in the federal lands. school superintendent candy armstrong says rural schools have nowhere else to cut except core services, lost funding represents the entire high school math program.

Greg Walden

0:03:35 to 0:03:45( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: and judge dan erickson says, roads are the lifeblood of rural america. losing this funding is the equivalent of applying tourniquets to arms and legs will no longer be able to function. my colleagues

Greg Walden

0:03:45 to 0:03:52( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: this congress must keep the federal government's word to timbered communities and pass h.r. 17. time is running out. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlewoman from texas

Greg Walden

0:03:52 to 0:04:04( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: rise? ms. jackson lee: to address the house for one minute and revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. jackson lee: i thank the gentlelady. thank the

Greg Walden

0:04:04 to 0:04:17( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: distinguished speaker. i rise today to join my colleagues, congresswoman barbara lee, dr. christensen, congresswoman waters, congressman towns, congresswoman kilpatrick, and many of my other colleagues

Sheila Jackson-Lee

0:04:17 to 0:04:29( Edit History Discussion )

Sheila Jackson-Lee: in support of the goals and ideals of national black hiv-aids awareness day. it is unbelievable, madam speaker, to hear the numbers that escalating now with hiv-aids in the african-american

Sheila Jackson-Lee

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Speech By: Sheila Jackson-Lee

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