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House Proceeding 05-17-06 on May 17th, 2006 :: 0:42:47 to 0:45:22
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Tom Udall

0:40:12 to 0:42:47( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Udall

Tom Udall

0:42:35 to 0:42:47( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: get the wood out, and i really want to underscore this, this is not some additional tax on the taxpayers, the people extracting the wood would be required to post a bond, a bond saying they

Greg Walden

0:42:47 to 0:42:59( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: will pay for the removal of these roads. if they renege on that bond, they not only have to pay a penalty, but they also become ineligible for future harvests. so the taxpayers are not left

Greg Walden

0:42:47 to 0:45:22( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Greg Walden

Greg Walden

0:42:59 to 0:43:13( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: holding this bag. i yield back. the chairman: the time of the gentleman has expired. all time having expired, the question now arises on the amendment by the gentleman from washington, mr.

Greg Walden

0:43:13 to 0:43:29( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: inslee. all those in favor signify by saying aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, the noes have it. the gentleman from washington. mr. inslee: i request a roll call vote, mr. chair.

Greg Walden

0:43:29 to 0:43:49( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: the chairman: pursuant to clause 6 of rule 18, further proceedings on the amendment offered by the gentleman from washington will be postponed. it is now in order to consider amendment number

Greg Walden

0:43:49 to 0:44:14( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: 4, printed in house report 109-467. for what purpose does the gentleman from new mexico rise? mr. udall: mr. chairman, i offer an amendment made in order by the rule. the chairman: the clerk

Greg Walden

0:44:14 to 0:44:35( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: will designate the amendment. the clerk: amendment numbered 4 printed in house report number 109-467, offered by mr. udall of new mexico. the chairman: pursuant to house resolution 816, the

Greg Walden

0:44:35 to 0:44:52( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: gentleman from new mexico, mr. udall, and a member opposed will each control five minutes. and the chair recognizes the gentleman from new mexico. mr. udall: thank you, mr. chairman. this amendment

Greg Walden

0:44:52 to 0:45:04( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: will require -- and i yield myself such time as i may consume. mr. chairman, this amendment will require the secretary concerned to certify that a catastrophic event recovery project will not

Greg Walden

0:45:04 to 0:45:22( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: decrease forest regeneration or increase forest fire risk. this amendment is very important considering the results of a peer-reviewed study recently published in the respected journal "science"

Jay Inslee

0:45:22 to 0:45:34( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: by degnato and others from oregon state university. this study concluded that logging in the wake of the 2002 biscuit fire decreased forest regeneration by 71%, and increased short-term fire risk.

Jay Inslee

0:45:22 to 0:47:47( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jay Inslee

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