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House Proceeding 03-11-08 on Mar 11th, 2008 :: 2:47:52 to 2:49:14
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Shelley Berkley

2:47:39 to 2:47:52( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: ms. songas: thank you, madam speaker. i rise today in sti rong support of this resolution extending warm congratulations and best wishes to the people of greece as they celebrate the 187th anniversary

Hank Johnson

2:47:52 to 2:48:08( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: of their independence. in january, i joined a congressional delegation trip to greece, turkey, kuwait, iraq, and afghanistan. i had not been in greece in over 25 years, and it was wonderful to see how

Hank Johnson

2:47:52 to 2:49:14( Edit History Discussion )
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Hank Johnson

2:48:08 to 2:48:26( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: far this most beautiful country has come in the last quarter-century. as host to the 2004 summer olympics in athens, greece made a tremendous investment in their infracture and cultivate ed new developments

Hank Johnson

2:48:26 to 2:48:40( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: which have greatly enhance ed their prosperity. my husband, paul's family, emigrated from greece when paul paul's family paul was 3 years old. their contributions have helped our nation survive and

Hank Johnson

2:48:40 to 2:48:54( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: thrive. the united states and greece have long stabbed long-standing ties based on our common heritage, shared values, and a pollute actual commitment to -- mutual freedom commitment to freedom and

Hank Johnson

2:48:54 to 2:49:05( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: democracy. this resolution represents the greater role greece has played since gaining its independence 187 years ago. i urge my colleagues to supportes this resolution, and i yield back the balance of my

Hank Johnson

2:49:05 to 2:49:14( Edit History Discussion )

Hank Johnson: time. thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back her time time. the gentleman from illinois. mr. manzullo: i continue to reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore:

John Sarbanes

2:49:14 to 2:49:22( Edit History Discussion )

John Sarbanes: the gentleman reserves his time. the gentlewoman from nevada. ms. berkley: madam speaker, at this time, i would lisike to yield one minute to the outstanding freshman from maryland, mr. mr. sarbanes.

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