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House Proceeding 03-23-10 on Mar 23rd, 2010 :: 0:39:20 to 0:41:00
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Judy Biggert

0:39:18 to 0:39:40( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: low-income students and first-generation collegegoers and i strongly support its continued expansion and success. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlelady from illinois rise? mrs. biggert: i ask unanimous consent to address the house for five minutes. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mrs. biggert: madam speaker, i

Judy Biggert

0:39:20 to 0:41:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Judy Biggert

Judy Biggert

0:39:41 to 0:40:02( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: rise today to congratulate evan, the 2009 men's world figure skating champion and the 2010 olympic gold medalist. what a feat. he started figure skating in naperville, illinois, a town located in my district. he attended high school there where he was on the honor roll and earned many other academic achievement awards while still

Judy Biggert

0:40:03 to 0:40:24( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: maintaing a very intense training schedule for figure skating. his discipline and focus certainly paid off. evan won seven titles and championships at the junior level before making his senior international debut at the age of 19. evan has competed and medaled

Judy Biggert

0:40:25 to 0:40:45( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: in world figure skating championships and the 2006 winter olympics before his thrilling gold medal win at the 2010 winter olympics in vancouver. but he's more than an accomplished figure skater. word has it

Judy Biggert

0:40:46 to 0:41:00( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: charities, including a make a wish foundation and the olympics. i'm glad to say that evan

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