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House Proceeding on Mar 10th, 2008 :: 0:44:31 to 0:48:16
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David Loebsack

0:44:31 to 0:44:43( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: 20 and the chair's prior announcement, further proceed proceedings on this motion will be postponed. for what purpose does the gentleman from iowa rise? mr. braley: madam speaker, i move that the house

David Loebsack

0:44:31 to 0:48:16( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: David Loebsack

David Loebsack

0:44:43 to 0:44:59( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: suspend the rules and pass house resolution house resolution 924, as amended amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: house resolution 924, resolution

David Loebsack

0:44:59 to 0:45:07( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: congratulate ing iowa state university of science and technology for 150 years of leadership and service to the united states and the world as iowa's land-grant university. the speaker pro tempore:

David Loebsack

0:45:07 to 0:45:19( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: pursuant to rule, the gentleman from iowa, mr. loebsack, and the gentleman from new york, mr. mr. kuhl, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from iowa. mr. loebsack: madam

David Loebsack

0:45:19 to 0:45:30( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: speaker, i request five legislative days during which members may insert material relevant to house resolution 924 into the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. loebsack:

David Loebsack

0:45:30 to 0:45:42( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: i also request unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. loebsack: madam speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. i'm proud

David Loebsack

0:45:42 to 0:45:55( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: to speak today in strong support of house resolution 924 congratulate ing iowa state university of science and technology for 150 years of leadership and service to the united states and the world as

David Loebsack

0:45:55 to 0:46:11( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: iowa's land grant university. iowa state university is not in the second district, but it is a very important place to me. the university serves thousands of students across iowa helping them prepare for

David Loebsack

0:46:11 to 0:46:25( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: the work force and starting them on the path to success. iowa state is my alma mater. i received a first-rate education at the university, and although i now represent the university of iowa hawk hawkeyes,

David Loebsack

0:46:25 to 0:46:43( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: i'm proud to be a cyclone. iowa state has many claims to fame. it was the first land-grant institution to be coeducational from its opening with 16 women in its first class. future suj suffrage ette

David Loebsack

0:46:43 to 0:46:54( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: was an 1880 graduate. george washington carve er was the first african-american student earning a bachelor's degree in 1894 and a master's degree in 1896 and was also the institution's first african-american faculty

David Loebsack

0:46:54 to 0:47:12( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: member. iowa state is also known for its cutting-edge agricultural research. agriculture is a driving force in our state's economy and the work the university does helps us remain competitive and

David Loebsack

0:47:12 to 0:47:25( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: strong strong. i'm proud to say that most undergraduate and grawd graduate students enrolled come from iowa and a large proportion of these students remain in iowa. in fact, about 71% of college

David Loebsack

0:47:25 to 0:47:37( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: agriculture and life science graduates stay in iowa for their first jobs. young men and women graduate and gain employment on farms and agricultural services be, , in forest forestry, in fishing,

David Loebsack

0:47:37 to 0:47:48( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: and much more. i congratulate iowa state university for 150 years of excellence, and i look forward to another 150 years of the same same. and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore:

David Loebsack

0:47:48 to 0:47:57( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the chair recognizes the gentleman from new york, mr. mr. kuhl. mr. kuhl: thank you, madam speaker. and i yield myself such time as i may consume. madam

David Loebsack

0:47:57 to 0:48:16( Edit History Discussion )

David Loebsack: speaker, i rise today in support of house resolution 924 congratulate ing iowa state university of science and technology for 150 years of leadership and service to the united states and the world as

John R. Randy Jr.Kuhl

0:48:16 to 0:48:29( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Randy Jr.Kuhl: iowa's land-grant university. iowa agriculture college and model farm, now iowa state university, was officially established on march 22, 1858, as a land-grant institution. iowa agriculture culture

John R. Randy Jr.Kuhl

0:48:16 to 0:51:21( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John R. Randy Jr.Kuhl

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