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House Proceeding on Mar 12th, 2008 :: 0:07:07 to 0:09:48
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Kevin Brady

0:05:48 to 0:07:07( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Kevin Brady

Kevin Brady

0:06:50 to 0:07:07( Edit History Discussion )

Kevin Brady: on the budget. committee on the budget. committee on education and labor. committee on education and labor. committee on energy and commerce. committee on energy and commerce. committee on

Pete Sessions

0:07:07 to 0:07:31( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: financial services. committee on financial services. committee on foreign affairs. committee on foreign affairs. committee on homeland security. committee on homeland security. committee on

Pete Sessions

0:07:07 to 0:09:48( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Pete Sessions

Pete Sessions

0:07:31 to 0:07:46( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: house administration. committee on house administration. committee on the judiciary. ar committee on the judiciary. >> i have an inquiry, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: tkehe gentleman may state.

Pete Sessions

0:07:46 to 0:08:06( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: mr. sessions: i understand tnshat the procedure that the chair just went through is known as calendar wednesday. is it correct that any bill reported by committee and placed on the union or

Pete Sessions

0:08:06 to 0:08:25( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: houn se calendar could have been called up by the chairman as the committee name was read? the speaker pro tempore: calendar wednesday business may be called up only on formal authorization

Pete Sessions

0:08:25 to 0:08:40( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: by the reporting committee. mr. sessionsmr: a further point of parliamentary inquiry, mr. speaker. on february 12, a bipartisan majority in the senate passed s. 2248, a responsible bill to

Pete Sessions

0:08:40 to 0:08:54( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: provide long-term authority for intelligence community to help detect and prevent acts of terrorism. for a month now, it has been sitting at the desk in the house awaiting action. would

Pete Sessions

0:08:54 to 0:09:10( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: it have been in order for the chairman of the house permanent select committee on intelligence or the chairman of the judiciary committee or their designee to call up s. 2248 at this time?

Pete Sessions

0:09:10 to 0:09:24( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: the speaker pro tempore: no.te mr. sessions: further point of parliamentary inquiry, mr. ar speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman may proceed. y mr. sessions: h.r. 5440, the house

Pete Sessions

0:09:24 to 0:09:34( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: counterpart to this t bipartisan senate legislation, was introduced by congressman fossella on february 14. would it be possible for mr. hoekstra, the ranking member of the permanent select committee

Pete Sessions

0:09:34 to 0:09:48( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: on intelligence, to call up this bil l under his committee's jurisdiction or for any of the 21 members of the democrat majority who signed a letter to speaker pelosi on january the 28 asking

Kevin Brady

0:09:48 to 0:09:57( Edit History Discussion )

Kevin Brady: her to move this legislation to ensure a strong national security apparatus that can thwart terrorist attacks across the globe and to save american lives here in this country for them to call

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