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House Proceeding on Mar 12th, 2009 :: 2:00:15 to 2:01:55
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Brian Bilbray

2:00:13 to 2:00:33( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Bilbray: arkansas reclaims his time. mr. boozman: can i ask unanimous consent to reclaim a minute of my time? the chair: without objection, the gentleman will be recognized. >> thank you. mr. chairman, i'm not in opposition. i think that the amendment is actually appropriate. my concern about it is, and i'll say this to the chairman of the committee, i totally, coming from local government, totally support the open

Brian Bilbray

2:00:15 to 2:01:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Brian Bilbray

Brian Bilbray

2:00:34 to 2:00:54( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Bilbray: here. i think that at a time when we still have storm water diversion going over and polluting our rivers, it's just crazy that we don't do more. but i would ask the chairman to be aware of the fact that though we will be able to tell the public and the public will be able to know where their money is going and how it's being spent, there's still that issue that the american people

Brian Bilbray

2:00:55 to 2:01:15( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Bilbray: are very upset about what the sena did to the stimulus package. and that's the issue that the public will not know are the people getting the jobs legally in the country? do their social security numbers and their names and numbers match? and will the public be able to know how many legal residents

Brian Bilbray

2:01:37 to 2:01:57( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Bilbray: the chair: the gentleman's time has expired. the question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from minnesota. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, the ayes have it. the amendment is adopted.

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