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House Proceeding on May 7th, 2008 :: 0:24:26 to 0:25:43
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John Hall

0:22:54 to 0:24:26( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Hall

John Hall

0:24:15 to 0:24:26( Edit History Discussion )

John Hall: has become the energy albatross around america's economic neck. i'm proud the majority in congress has advanced ideas for short-term relief and long-term solutions. we have pushed for higher tax

Keith Ellison

0:24:26 to 0:24:40( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: incentives for hybrid cars. expanded the use of renewables, to keep the oil companies honest at a time -- a time-out from taking 70 million barrels a day of oil off the market and put it into

Keith Ellison

0:24:26 to 0:25:43( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Keith Ellison

Keith Ellison

0:24:40 to 0:24:52( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: the astroturf -- strategic petroleum reserve. what is the response from the president and his allies here in congress? let's go drill for more oil that won't hit the markets for another 10 years.

Keith Ellison

0:24:52 to 0:25:05( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: and let's keep sending more taxpayer dollars to the oil companies already making record profits. most americans would agree that we cannot wait a decade for relief. and we shouldn't send any

Keith Ellison

0:25:05 to 0:25:15( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: more of their bonn money to big oil. let's stop filling the s.p.r., provide immediate leaf, and ask the president to move with us to agreeing to necessaryic, job producing energy future. i yield

Keith Ellison

0:25:15 to 0:25:32( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. gentleman from minnesota. >> request permission to address the house for one minute. revise and extend my remarks. the speaker

Keith Ellison

0:25:32 to 0:25:43( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: pro tempore: without objection. mr. ellison: mr. speaker, every day between 7,000 and 8,000 people file for foreclosures on their homes. in the next two years one in 33 homeowners is projected

Barbara Lee

0:25:43 to 0:25:53( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: to be in foreclosure as a result of subprime loans. but the housing crisis doesn't only affect families losing their homes, an additional 40 million neighboring homeowners could see their property values

Barbara Lee

0:25:43 to 0:27:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Barbara Lee

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