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House Proceeding 03-20-10 on Mar 20th, 2010 :: 1:09:40 to 1:11:05
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Michael R. Turner

1:09:37 to 1:09:58( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: ohio, who's also a member of the armed services committee that i serve on with him, representative turner. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for three minutes. mr. turner: madam speaker, while we are debating this bill, americans are concerned about the pending health care legislation. americans know that advances in medical research are a strength of the american hlth care

Michael R. Turner

1:09:40 to 1:11:05( Edit History Discussion )
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Michael R. Turner

1:09:59 to 1:10:19( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: system and should be encouraged instead of restricted by additional layers of red tape. unfortunately this misguided health care legislation would reduce medicare payments to cat scan and m.r.i. providers. it also creates a 2.9% excise tax on medical equipment manufacturers. the lowered payments and

Michael R. Turner

1:10:20 to 1:10:40( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: increased taxes can reduce the availability of new and advancing medical idge imaging technology -- imaging technology. it will delay or deny patient access to new and valuable text technologies. continued innovation that improves patient-centered medicine is vital to the long-term availability of health care services in america.

Michael R. Turner

1:10:41 to 1:11:01( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: this is just one example of the number of provisions buried in this pending health care bill. the unintended consequences of lowering paynts and increasing taxes will constrain future research and development and hinder or doctors' ability to deliver the best quality care to our patients. this pending health care legislation will end up

Michael R. Turner

1:11:02 to 1:11:05( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: restricting the innovation and invention, which is at the heart of the american economy

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