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House Proceeding 03-17-10 on Mar 17th, 2010 :: 1:05:45 to 1:06:55
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Jeff Miller

1:05:43 to 1:06:03( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Miller: resources for inclusion in the congressional record. with that i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, sordered. the gentleman from oklahoma. mr. lucas: madam speaker, i have one additional speaker, and i wish to yield the time that he might consume to the gentleman from florida, mr. miller. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. miller: i thank th gentleman for yielding. this bill does in fact make important and much-needed adjustments to the federal land

Jeff Miller

1:05:45 to 1:06:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jeff Miller

Jeff Miller

1:06:04 to 1:06:24( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Miller: provisions to allow for better management of both federal and state lands. this bill provides for the interchange of federal and state land to make land management for contiguous for both the state of florida and the u.s. department of forestry because within our national forest system, adjacent land

Jeff Miller

1:06:25 to 1:06:45( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Miller: has become intermingle. and allow this would make land management much more efficient for both sides. the florida national forest land adjustment act permits both the u.s. department of forestry and the state of florida to in fact better manage their forest systems. as the vice chair of the congressional sportsman caucus, i do know how vital federal and

Jeff Miller

1:06:46 to 1:06:55( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Miller: state land management is in the protection of wildlife and resource conservation. so h.r. 3954 is a significant step towards better forest management.

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