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House Proceeding 03-10-10 on Mar 10th, 2010 :: 1:24:15 to 1:25:45
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Dennis J. Kucinich

1:24:14 to 1:24:34( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman's time has expired. the gentleman fm ohio. mr. kucinich: thank you. i want to thank mr. berman for agreeing to make this debate possible. i do appreciate it very much. and you have been open to that and i'm -- i think the country should appreciate that about

Dennis J. Kucinich

1:24:15 to 1:25:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dennis J. Kucinich

Dennis J. Kucinich

1:24:35 to 1:24:55( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: you. i also want to say that this study, congressional research study, on the authorization for the use of military force, makes it very clear in it that the war powers act is not superceded and i'd like to submit this for the record without objection. the speaker pro tempore: without objection.

Dennis J. Kucinich

1:24:56 to 1:25:17( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: mr. kucinich: i'd also like to say that section 4 of the war powers act requires the president to report to congress whenever he introduces u.s. armed forces abroad in situations. and in key importance is section 4-a-1. section 4-a-1 requires reporting within 48ours, in the absence

Dennis J. Kucinich

1:25:18 to 1:25:38( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: a declaration of war, congressional authorization, the introduction of u.s. armed forces into situations where imminent involvement in hostilities is clearly indicated by the circumstances. the resolution that is before us, h.con.res. 248 therefore directs the president pursuant to section 5-c of the war powers

Dennis J. Kucinich

1:25:39 to 1:25:45( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: resolution to remove the united states armed forces from afghanistan.

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