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House Proceeding 05-21-09 on May 21st, 2009 :: 0:44:50 to 0:46:10
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Brian Bilbray

0:44:47 to 0:45:07( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Bilbray: disease to collect disability benefits. mr. bray, if you'd like to talk on this, i appreciate support. i would yield to the gentleman. bray bray madam speaker, it's an honor to join -- mr. bray: madam speaker, it's an honor to join where mr. filner in supporting h.r. 678. this was really one of those

Brian Bilbray

0:44:50 to 0:46:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Brian Bilbray

Brian Bilbray

0:45:08 to 0:45:30( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Bilbray: regulatory guidelis that don't work, don't address the issues at hand and h.d. is one of those situations where the regulation is absolutely absurd and inhumane. the fact is, that for most people, two years waiting may not be very much but for those with h.d., it could be a death sentence and i'm honored to join with my colleague in addressing

Brian Bilbray

0:45:31 to 0:45:54( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Bilbray: this inequity and efficiency in our regulation and the movement. i am happy to see that going to be members joing us in correcting this situation and i thank you, congressman, for taking a lead on this and again, i guess it's really important to show that community and citizen involvement does matter and i would like to point out, as my

Brian Bilbray

0:45:55 to 0:46:11( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Bilbray: colleague did, that allen and misty have worked tirelessly at trying to address this issue and i urge my colleagues to join with myself and, most important, my chairman at the -- bob filner, to be able to sponsor this bill and hopefully will be

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