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House Proceeding 03-16-10 on Mar 16th, 2010 :: 1:41:40 to 1:42:40
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Dennis R. Rehberg

1:41:37 to 1:41:57( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: in fact, i think it's an outrage. that's why i know we must passion health care reform now. -- pass health care reform now. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady has yielded back. the gentleman from montana, for what purpose do you rise? mr. rehberg: to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. rehberg: today as millions of americans around the country fill out their brackets, march madness is in the air. unfortunately this madness

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:41:40 to 1:42:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dennis R. Rehberg

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:41:58 to 1:42:18( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: isn't restricted to the basketball court. as congress rushes to pass a health care bill that iso bad even the majority party can't stomach it, we have our own case of march madness right here in congress. but ours is worse. with march madness every game is played on tv. in full view of the american public. in house madness, the legislation is written in

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:42:19 to 1:42:39( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: secret, behind closed doors. in march madness you play for bragging rights in the house pool. in house madness, it matters -- it's matters of life and death, 1/6 of the national economy and $1 trillion in tax dollars. is march madness the team the most points wins. in house madness you rewrite the rules with procedural

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:42:40 to 1:42:40( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: tricks so that the team with

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