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House Proceeding 05-13-09 on May 13th, 2009 :: 2:04:20 to 2:05:30
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Howard P. Buck McKeon

2:04:16 to 2:04:38( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: economy, and most importantly good for our children. i ask my colleagues to vote yes on this amendment. and i rerve the balance of my time. the chair: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? mr. mckeon: mr. chairman, i claim the time in opposition to this amendment. i yield myself such time as i may consume. the chair: the gentleman is recognized. mr. mckeon: mr. chairman, again

Howard P. Buck McKeon

2:04:20 to 2:05:30( Edit History Discussion )
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Howard P. Buck McKeon

2:04:39 to 2:05:00( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: federal dollars are not free. they don't appear out of nowhere. they come from either taxing or borrowing. while in all due respect i understand what the gentleman is saying, but it probably is cheaper for his constituents to pass the hat or to have bake sales to raise the money than to

Howard P. Buck McKeon

2:05:01 to 2:05:21( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: pay for it out of their federal tax dollars that gets siphoned through washington to get back to new mexico. mr. chair, we do not need to spend federal dollars on  ?? updating swimming pools when this nation is swimming in debt. proposals like this send it higher. recreational suctures and

Howard P. Buck McKeon

2:05:22 to 2:05:31( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: physical education facilities are worthy tools that can promote good health among our children. but are they worthy of taxpayer dollars intended to improve

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