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House Proceeding 04-13-10 on Apr 13th, 2010 :: 0:23:30 to 0:26:50
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Philip Hare

0:23:26 to 0:23:47( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: i recognize fred and many successes the holocaust museum has seen in recent years. thank you for your service. i look forward to your continued future leadership. the speaker pro tempore: mr. hare of illinois. mr. hare: speaker.

Philip Hare

0:23:30 to 0:26:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Philip Hare

Philip Hare

0:23:48 to 0:24:08( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: i rise to recognize my chief case worker, va shelton, who will retire at the end of this month after 25 years of service to our nation. guinea, as she is known, handled one of the most important jobs,

Philip Hare

0:24:09 to 0:24:29( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: outreach veterans. my predecessor fought for our nation's heroes. i have sought to continue that legacy, but the concept has always been ginny, who has dedicated her entire career to the men and women in women. she is known for countless hours explaing rights to veterans

Philip Hare

0:24:30 to 0:24:50( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: who are looking to exercise them. she built invaluable relationships with v.a. staff and putting herself in the best position to advocate for the constituents who sought her help. she study yesterday hard and made herself on v.a. disbuilt health care and other benefits. for ginny, serving our veterans

Philip Hare

0:24:51 to 0:25:11( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: was a labor of love whether on the phone or over a drink, ginny listened and learned about the lives of our veterans. she was not only an advocate but a friend. she recognized hyped every case file was a human being and when it comes to our veterans,

Philip Hare

0:25:12 to 0:25:32( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: justice delayed is justice denied and ginny wasassionate about the veterans' homelessness. she was active in the local standdown, an event where heroes are provided hair cuts, food, medical care, a place to stay for the night and counseling. she believed that our nation should have a standdown 365 days a year.

Philip Hare

0:25:33 to 0:25:54( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: inspired by her efforts, i introduced a bill last year to reduce veterans' homelessness. and she was instrumental in helping me secure outpatient care. veterans will use this facility during the first year of operation. many veterans will no longer have to travel hours just to

Philip Hare

0:25:55 to 0:26:15( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: receive basic care. and ginny managed my nomination to america's service academy, fully investing herself in the process to ensure that they get the best care possible. and she treated each applicant as if they were one of her own kids. i know one of her favorite

Philip Hare

0:26:16 to 0:26:36( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: things to do is visit the academy and see the men and women who will be our future warriors. she has been a beautiful friend to my wife and i. her late husband jack is very proud of her today. there are many things i will miss about ginny, her sense of humor, that voice, her

Philip Hare

0:26:37 to 0:26:50( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: invaluable advice and guidance but our veterans will miss her the most. her retirement is the end of an era. she leaves the legacy marked by

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