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House Proceeding 05-21-08 on May 21st, 2008 :: 3:55:02 to 3:56:16
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Jim McCrery

3:53:31 to 3:55:02( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jim McCrery

Jim McCrery

3:54:52 to 3:55:02( Edit History Discussion )

Jim McCrery: to the gentleman from nebraska -- the speaker pro tempore: the house will suspend. the gentleman from louisiana controls the time. mr. mccareer will i: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield two

Lee Terry

3:55:02 to 3:55:15( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: minutes to the gentleman from nebraska. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from nebraska is recognized for two minutes. mr. terry: thank you. i really believe that we need to have our

Lee Terry

3:55:02 to 3:56:16( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lee Terry

Lee Terry

3:55:15 to 3:55:30( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: own american made energy. and we have the resources here. i have been a leading advocate in energy and commerce on alternative energies on wind, solar, geothermal, and close loop biomass,

Lee Terry

3:55:30 to 3:55:46( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: cellulosic ethanol. these tax credits i think are important in that process. we need to have a complete portfolio that includes alternatives. these type of alternatives. but i have to say that

Lee Terry

3:55:46 to 3:56:01( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: i'm disappointed greatly in the fact that we are extending these for one year. i have sat down with the leading folks and especially wind energy, and by the way let's not confuse these sources that

Lee Terry

3:56:01 to 3:56:16( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: generate electricity with putting fuel in our cars. most of these generate electricity like wind. we need it. but they can't take their business plan to the bank on a one-year tax credit.

3:56:16 to 3:56:32( Edit History Discussion )

they said they need at least a five-year and prefer a 10-year. if we are very serious about making alternatives part of our energy portfolio, we need a five to 10-year plan to extend these

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