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House Proceeding on Mar 24th, 2010 :: 1:05:45 to 1:08:00
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Russ Carnahan

1:05:41 to 1:06:02( Edit History Discussion )

Russ Carnahan: and i urge adoption. and with that, madam speaker, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentman yields back. the gentlemafrom illinois reserves. the gentleman from wisconsin is recognized. mr. petri: madam speaker, i have no further reques for time and reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from illinois is recognized. mr. costello: madam speaker, at

Russ Carnahan

1:05:45 to 1:08:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Russ Carnahan

Russ Carnahan

1:06:03 to 1:06:23( Edit History Discussion )

Russ Carnahan: this time i would yield two minutes to a member of the subcommittee, the gentleman from missouri, mr. carnahan. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from missouri is recognized. mr. carnahan: thank you, madam speaker. as a member of the transportation and infrastructure committee and the aviation subcommittee and

Russ Carnahan

1:06:24 to 1:06:44( Edit History Discussion )

Russ Carnahan: representing the singlest region where aviation has been vital in our history, in our economy, i rise today in strong support of the passage of h.r. 4915, the federal aviation administration extension act of 2010. although, i believe a long-term re-authorization of the f.a.a. is long overdue, im happy to

Russ Carnahan

1:06:45 to 1:07:06( Edit History Discussion )

Russ Carnahan: see the senate finally pass an f.a.a. re-authorization bill earlier so we are one step closer of passage of a much-needed long-term re-authorization. i'm also happy to see this legislation includes a provision to amend the hire act so that all states, including my home state of missouri, can receive funding under the projects of national and

Russ Carnahan

1:07:07 to 1:07:28( Edit History Discussion )

Russ Carnahan: regional significance and the national corridors program rather than just 29 states. both of these programs are designed -- designed to competitive and discretionary programs under the safetea-lu where all states can compete for funding. i'd like to thank chairman

Russ Carnahan

1:07:29 to 1:07:49( Edit History Discussion )

Russ Carnahan: oberstar, chairman costello, ranking member mica and petri so states can receive funding under these programs. not only states that had designated appropriations in safetea-lu. it is critical for all states to be treated the same, to have these opportunities. this is an important compromise as we continue to work toward a

Russ Carnahan

1:07:50 to 1:08:00( Edit History Discussion )

Russ Carnahan: long-term surface transptation bill that is so vital to our economy and growing out of this recession our country has been working through, this is important for

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