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House Proceeding 05-21-08 on May 21st, 2008 :: 3:28:23 to 3:30:36
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Wally Herger

3:26:23 to 3:28:23( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Wally Herger

Wally Herger

3:28:08 to 3:28:23( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: realistic extenders bill the longer american employers and taxpayers go without this critical tax relief. mr. speaker, i urge a no vote on this legislation. the speaker pro tempore: the mp gentleman's

Richard E. Neal

3:28:23 to 3:28:41( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: time has expired. the gentleman from washington state. mr. mcdermott: mr. speaker, i yield two minutes to the gentleman from massachusetts, mr. kneel. -- mr. neil. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman

Richard E. Neal

3:28:23 to 3:30:36( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Richard E. Neal

Richard E. Neal

3:28:41 to 3:28:55( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: from massachusetts is recognized for two minutes. mr. neal: it's proenvironment and i can't understand how they can mention alternative minimum tax straight faced they could have voted for a responsible

Richard E. Neal

3:28:55 to 3:29:06( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: a.m.t. tax repeal. i know. i authored the legislation. i want to thank charlie rangel for his support. there are many provisions that lapsed this year. there was urgency getting it done and

Richard E. Neal

3:29:06 to 3:29:16( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: we did precisely that. in my home state of massachusetts, that means that 94,000 teachers will get a deduction for classroom supplies. it means that 1,000 businesses in massachusetts will

Richard E. Neal

3:29:16 to 3:29:30( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: get some credit for the millions they spend on research here in the united states. without this bill, 121,000 families in massachusetts cannot take deduction for college tuition expenses.

Richard E. Neal

3:29:30 to 3:29:42( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: this bill provides significant and real tax relief to millions of families nationwide. and for some very low-income families, it will provide a new benefit. there are 110,000 children in massachusetts

Richard E. Neal

3:29:42 to 3:29:52( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: whose family will get a higher tax credit because of this bill. there are an additional 32,000 children and families in massachusetts who are currently shut out of the child tax credit because of the

Richard E. Neal

3:29:52 to 3:30:05( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: threshold for earnings that must exceed rises each year with inflation. they're simply too poor for the tax credit. this bill lowers the threshold so that these working families can benefit

Richard E. Neal

3:30:05 to 3:30:16( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: from the child tax credit, just like other families. these are well-crafted positions. and we don't have time to mention them all. but i will tell you in the 20 years i have been in this house,

Richard E. Neal

3:30:16 to 3:30:26( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: this is one of the best pieces of legislation that i've been associated with. it provides tax relief and at the same time it's proenvironment. i hope that members of this house on both sides

Richard E. Neal

3:30:26 to 3:30:36( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: will support this legislation. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from louisiana. mr. mccrery: mr. speaker, i yield three minutes to the distinguished gentleman

Dave Camp

3:30:36 to 3:30:46( Edit History Discussion )

Dave Camp: from michigan, the ranking member of the health subcommittee on the ways and means committee, mr. camp. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from michigan is recognized for three minutes.

Dave Camp

3:30:36 to 3:33:43( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dave Camp

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