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House Proceeding on May 14th, 2008 :: 0:24:40 to 0:26:20
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Marilyn N. Musgrave

0:23:06 to 0:24:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Marilyn N. Musgrave

Marilyn N. Musgrave

0:24:19 to 0:24:40( Edit History Discussion )

Marilyn N. Musgrave: than one half the electricity consumed by workers. we have a process which increases the efficiency of coal within a closed system. congress refuses to invest money into the process while china at

Barbara Lee

0:24:40 to 0:24:54( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: the same time is investing $24 billion into this same technology. we must embrace all forms of energy to keep our economy competitive and with the rest of the world. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore:

Barbara Lee

0:24:40 to 0:26:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Barbara Lee

Barbara Lee

0:24:54 to 0:25:09( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentlelady from california rise? mrs. capps: to address the house for one minute. revise and extend my remarks. the speaker

Barbara Lee

0:25:09 to 0:25:23( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: pro tempore: without objection. she is recognized. mrs. capps: this past weekend we celebrated mother's day. i was fortunate enough to celebrate with my children and grandchild ren. sadly many

Barbara Lee

0:25:23 to 0:25:37( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: women never get the chance to celebrate this day with their family. throughout the world a woman dies every single minute in childbirth. i think most of our congressional colleagues would

Barbara Lee

0:25:37 to 0:25:53( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: be shocked to learn this problem isn't faced by women in developing nations alone. the united states ranks 41st in the world. lower than all other industrialized nations when it comes to maternal

Barbara Lee

0:25:53 to 0:26:08( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: mortality. let us use this opportunity while mother's day is fresh in our minds to renew our commitment to improving maternal health. both at home and abroad. i thank the 117 of our colleagues in

Barbara Lee

0:26:08 to 0:26:20( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: the house of representatives for co-sponsoring house resolution 1022, a resolution underscoring our challenges and urging us all to support the goal of a safe and healthy childbirth for every

0:26:20 to 0:27:00( Edit History Discussion )

mother and baby here in the united states and all around the world. thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back her time. for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania

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