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House Proceeding 05-22-06 on May 22nd, 2006 :: 0:21:04 to 0:27:18
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Carolyn B. Maloney

0:17:16 to 0:21:04( Edit History Discussion )
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Carolyn B. Maloney

0:20:51 to 0:21:04( Edit History Discussion )

Carolyn B. Maloney: pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back the balance of her time. mr. boustany: i am prepared to close at this time, i have no further speakers. i want to thank the gentlelady from norke for

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:21:04 to 0:21:17( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: her support and for all of the support from my colleagues across the aisle. much of the money that we have obligated has not reached where it needs to go, to those students and schools in need.

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:21:04 to 0:27:18( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Charles W. Jr.Boustany

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:21:17 to 0:21:27( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: in fact, when i was back home just about two months ago i was at a school in erath, a small town in the parish that was devastated by the flooding, and they were rebuilding the school. in fact,

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:21:27 to 0:21:40( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: they had just opened some of the classrooms there, and one of the teachers showed me her bright new shining classroom, freshly painted, with a new bookshelf, and she had actually spent $1,600

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:21:40 to 0:21:51( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: of her own money to do that. because the federal money that we had obligated had not reached the ground level. so i'm urging the state to release the money that we've sent down so we can

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:21:51 to 0:22:02( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: get the money where it needs to be to take care of those students in need and to get those schools up and running. with that, i strongly urge my colleagues to support h.r. 5354, and with

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:22:02 to 0:22:11( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: that i yield back balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. will the house suspend the rules and pass the bill h.r. 5354. so many as are

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:22:11 to 0:22:31( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion the chair 2/3 of those presented having voted in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the bill is passed and without objection the

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:22:31 to 0:22:45( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: motion to reconsider is laid on the table. the gentleman from louisiana. >> mr. speaker i move that the house pass the resolution h.res 808. the clerk: house resolution 808. expressing the sense of the

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:22:45 to 0:22:57( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: house of representatives in support of the goals of national one-stop month. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule the gentleman from louisiana, mr. boustany, and the gentlewoman from new york,

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:22:57 to 0:23:06( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: mrs. maloney each control 20 empties. the chair recognizes the gentleman from louisiana. mr. boustany: i ask unanimous consent that all members shall have five days to revise and extend my

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:23:06 to 0:23:19( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: remarks on h.res 808. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. boustany: mr. speaker, i yield myself as much time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized.

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:23:19 to 0:23:32( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: mr. boustany: representations have declared may national one-stop month. i rise this afternoon in support of h.res 808, which expresses the support of the house of representatives for the

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:23:32 to 0:23:48( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: goals of national one-stop month and supports the work of the nation's local workforce investment boards. the one-stop delivery system, this resolution recognizes, is a product of the workforce

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:23:48 to 0:24:01( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: investment act of 1998, or weaa. weaa consolidated numerous federal training programs and integrated employment and training services at the local level in a more unified workforce development

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:24:01 to 0:24:14( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: system. local business boards now direct the activities of the system. one of the hallmarks of weaa is the establishment of one-stop career centers to provide reemployment services and job

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:24:14 to 0:24:31( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: training to individuals looking for a new or better job. the centers were developed to increase access to federal and state resources available to help individuals obtain employment of their choice.

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:24:31 to 0:24:42( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: while we have funds that are available for occupational training, there are numerous other federal programs that provide employment assistance. these programs, including adult education, vocational

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:24:42 to 0:24:57( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: rehabilitation and more must make their services available through the centers. weaa created one-stop career centers to provide a single point of access for individuals desiring services through

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:24:57 to 0:25:11( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: these programs. the one-stop delivery system also provides labor market information regarding the kinds of jobs currently available in a local area. and job listings to assist individuals in

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:25:11 to 0:25:22( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: making informed career choices. over 2,000 one-stop centers across the nation have connected millions of individuals with the tools they need to find their next employment opportunity.

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:25:22 to 0:25:36( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: while helping employers find the -- while helping the employers find the workers they need. the economy is dynamic and research shows that the types of growing industries are changing. the

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:25:36 to 0:25:51( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: nation's job training programs are critical to our ongoing effort to equip americans with the resources and skills they need to find a new or better job in today's knowledge-based economy.

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:25:51 to 0:26:02( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: local -- local workforce investment boards have responded to these challenges by creating comprehensive services to assist our workforce. approximately 5.2 million new jobs have been created

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:26:02 to 0:26:15( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: since august 2003. with solid and consistent job growth in high wage, high-skilled occupations, renewing and strengthening the federal investment in workforce development and job training

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:26:15 to 0:26:26( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: is more critical than ever. last year this house approved legislation to re-authorize weaa and renew the one-stop delivery system and we hope for further action on that legislation to build upon

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:26:26 to 0:26:39( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: the success already attained. yet in the interim we know that our local community leaders remain committed to providing the best services possible for the nation's job seekers. i commend

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:26:39 to 0:26:49( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: the chairman of the subcommittee on the 21st century competitiveness, congressman ric keller of florida, to highlight the critical assistance that the boards and the one-stop delivery system provide.

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:26:49 to 0:27:02( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: mr. speaker, i urge my colleagues to support this measure and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentlewoman

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

0:27:02 to 0:27:18( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: from new york, mrs. maloney. ms. in maloney: mr. speaker, i rise in support of national one-stop month. for over 30 years congress has worked hard on a bipartisan basis to create a job

Carolyn B. Maloney

0:27:18 to 0:27:33( Edit History Discussion )

Carolyn B. Maloney: training system that works well for both employers and employees. during the clinton administration job training advocates developed the idea of a universal system, a one-stop job training system

Carolyn B. Maloney

0:27:18 to 0:30:08( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Carolyn B. Maloney

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