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House Proceeding on May 14th, 2008 :: 0:14:22 to 0:15:37
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Tom Price

0:13:03 to 0:14:22( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Price

Tom Price

0:14:07 to 0:14:22( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: join me on a letter to the federal trade commission worrying about the dangers of second life. . the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? mr. farr:

Donna M. Christensen

0:14:22 to 0:14:35( Edit History Discussion )

Donna M. Christensen: to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. farr: i'd like to welcome our guests in the gallery today because this week is the 25th anniversary of

Donna M. Christensen

0:14:22 to 0:15:37( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Donna M. Christensen

Donna M. Christensen

0:14:35 to 0:14:51( Edit History Discussion )

Donna M. Christensen: the national tourism week. as co-chair of the congressional tourism caucus along with my co-chair, jon porter of nevada, and nearly 100 members of congress, we recognize the importance of the tourism

Donna M. Christensen

0:14:51 to 0:15:08( Edit History Discussion )

Donna M. Christensen: industry as our national economy and economy to our local communities. it's the fastest growing industry in the world. from mom and pop restaurants to local unique shops and local state, national parks,

Donna M. Christensen

0:15:08 to 0:15:21( Edit History Discussion )

Donna M. Christensen: and this capitol. there's so much experience to experience in this great country. the tourism industry also shows america's best face, travelers experience warm, compassionate people that

Donna M. Christensen

0:15:21 to 0:15:37( Edit History Discussion )

Donna M. Christensen: make up our country. this person-to-person contact between different cultures can help dissolve stereotypes and misconceptions. as mark twain once said, travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and

Steve Chabot

0:15:37 to 0:15:55( Edit History Discussion )

Steve Chabot: narrow-mindedness. so remember as our economy grows, tourism plays a multibillion dollar aspect of that, employing more than 7.5 million people. i join -- i hope you will join me in welcoming

Steve Chabot

0:15:37 to 0:16:44( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Steve Chabot

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