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House Proceeding 05-25-06 on May 25th, 2006 :: 0:23:12 to 0:24:14
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Richard W. Pombo

0:22:59 to 0:23:12( Edit History Discussion )

Richard W. Pombo: an eye opening experience for me. i was expecting to see beautiful water running through streams and trees and animals running around. mr. chairman, that's not what we saw when we got there. in fact,

Devin Nunes

0:23:12 to 0:23:23( Edit History Discussion )

Devin Nunes: what we saw was a barren slope. it's a barren slope. with gas at $3 a gallon. someplaces like california approaching $4, it's time the congress passed this and make this into law. i just want

Devin Nunes

0:23:12 to 0:24:14( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Devin Nunes

Devin Nunes

0:23:23 to 0:23:35( Edit History Discussion )

Devin Nunes: to point out to the american people that one of the reasons that this continues to be used as propaganda by the environmental community is because it's their number one source of fundraising

Devin Nunes

0:23:35 to 0:23:42( Edit History Discussion )

Devin Nunes: throughout the country to use in political campaigns. so i would hope that we would pass this here today in the house. and i would hope eventually we can move this through the senate. with that,

Devin Nunes

0:23:42 to 0:23:48( Edit History Discussion )

Devin Nunes: mr. speaker, i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. who seeks to yield time? the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. markey:

Devin Nunes

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

Devin Nunes: i yield a minute and a half to the gentlelady from california, mrs. capps. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from california is recognized for 1 1/2 minutes. mrs. capps: i thank my colleague

Devin Nunes

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

Devin Nunes: for yielding. i rise in strong opposition to this so-called energy and jobs bill. there are simply someplaces that should be off-limits to drilling. the arctic refuge is one of them. i was privileged

Lois Capps

0:24:14 to 0:24:29( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: to visit this wildlife refuge and to camp on the shores. it is not a barren slope. the harm to polar bears, to caribou, millions of migratory birds, and to the subsistence way of life to the

Lois Capps

0:24:14 to 0:26:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lois Capps

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