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House Proceeding on Mar 1st, 2007 :: 2:37:13 to 2:38:35
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John Yarmuth

2:37:01 to 2:37:13( Edit History Discussion )

John Yarmuth: or labor in making decisions about organizing a union. however, it's clear that the nlrb has clearly failed to protect workers from intimidation and union busting. that's why i support this

Shelley Berkley

2:37:13 to 2:37:26( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: bill even though it is far from perfect. and while i will support the rule because it does allow the house to consider some meaningful amendments, i am disappointed that others were not

Shelley Berkley

2:37:13 to 2:38:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Shelley Berkley

Shelley Berkley

2:37:26 to 2:37:41( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: included. for example, i thought we ought to have made changes to make the procedure for decertifying unions like those for establishing unions. we should also have considered setting deadlines

Shelley Berkley

2:37:41 to 2:37:56( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: for nlrb decisions. i would hope those amendments and others maybe even a sunset clause will be considered in the senate not only because they could improve this legislation, but because

Shelley Berkley

2:37:56 to 2:38:10( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: open debate on amendments might help reduce the divisions and polarization about this bill. let's pass the bill -- ms. sutton: i yield the gentleman another 30 seconds. the speaker pro tempore:

Shelley Berkley

2:38:10 to 2:38:21( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: the gentleman is recognized. mr. udall: the house should pass the bill imperfect though it is so the senate can continue the process of reforming our labor because to better protect workers'

Shelley Berkley

2:38:21 to 2:38:35( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: rights while also working towards balance, fairness, and objectivity in the way that the nlrb must do its job. thank you, madam speaker. the speaker pro tempore: does the gentleman from texas continue

John F. Tierney

2:38:35 to 2:38:45( Edit History Discussion )

John F. Tierney: to reserve? does the gentleman from texas continue to reserve? mr. sessions: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i'd like to yield four minutes to the ranking member of the education

John F. Tierney

2:38:35 to 2:42:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John F. Tierney

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