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House Proceeding 05-21-09 on May 21st, 2009 :: 1:57:00 to 1:58:15
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Henry Cuellar

1:56:50 to 1:57:11( Edit History Discussion )

Henry Cuellar: with a modification at the desk. the chair: the clerk will the clerk: modification to amendment number 5 printed in house report 111-126 offered by mr. cuellar texas. page 258 after line -- mr. cuellar: i ask unanimous consent to dispense with the modification of the amendment. the chair: without objection.

Henry Cuellar

1:57:00 to 1:58:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Henry Cuellar

Henry Cuellar

1:57:12 to 1:57:34( Edit History Discussion )

Henry Cuellar: mr. cuellar: mr. chairman, i yield back the balance of my time. the chair: without objection, the amendment is modified. mr. cuellar: thank you. i yield myself such time as i may consume. mr. chairman i want to thank, first, our chairman, mr. oberstar, for his adership on this bill. my amendment will assess the alternative technology

Henry Cuellar

1:57:35 to 1:57:56( Edit History Discussion )

Henry Cuellar: development and when appropriate develop a process for the relocation of those radars if a suitable site is identified. this was borne out of conversation with the f.a.a. and transportation subcommittee. i ceainly want to thank the chairman also. mr. chairm, i want to be clear that nothing in this

Henry Cuellar

1:57:57 to 1:58:20( Edit History Discussion )

Henry Cuellar: amendment should be construed to constrain the issuance of a determination of no hazard to air navigation for wind construction projects while the study's under way. i have included clarifying language in my modified amendment, and i intend to work with chairman oberstar and the senate in the conference to ensure that the legislation -- intent of this amendment stays

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