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House Proceeding on May 13th, 2009 :: 0:20:25 to 0:21:45
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Marsha Blackburn

0:20:22 to 0:20:42( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: it will be conmer focused and increase production of cleaner renewable energy sources. thank you, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlelady from tennessee rise? mrs. blackburn: to address the house for one minute. revise and the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the gentlelady is recognized for one minute. mrs. blackburn: thank you, mr. speaker. i have the o.m.b. memo here,

Marsha Blackburn

0:20:25 to 0:21:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Marsha Blackburn

Marsha Blackburn

0:20:43 to 0:21:03( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: serious impact likely with e.p.a. co-2 rules. i also have the article from the dow jones news wire that brings attention to this. i have both documents right here. i encourage my colleagues to read both of these documents. as the memo points out, and the article also states, contrary to

Marsha Blackburn

0:21:04 to 0:21:26( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: administration statements, some within the executive branch have serious reservations about regulating co-2 through the clean air act. they highlight that such regulation will place a tremendous cost on our economy. i share their concerns and i have introduced h.r. 391 to prohibit the e.p.a. from undertaking such regulation.

Marsha Blackburn

0:21:27 to 0:21:46( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: the regulation of greenhouse gases by the e.p.a. would, and i'm quoting from the memo here, is likely to have serious economic consequences. mr. speaker, we all know what that is and we know it will be realized if the cap and trade ll currently under consideration is passed.

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