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House Proceeding 05-25-06 on May 25th, 2006 :: 1:17:23 to 1:19:16
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George Miller

1:13:54 to 1:17:23( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: George Miller

George Miller

1:17:09 to 1:17:23( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: they want their own self-determination. they want to be able to use their own resources to better themselves and better their lives. 75% of the people in alaska want to use new technology to

Edward J. Markey

1:17:23 to 1:17:35( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: go after this. it's not a silver bullet. to say so is a false argument. it's an energy bridge. it allows us to bring enough hydrocarbon fuel down into the 48 states to help us bridge to the next energy

Edward J. Markey

1:17:23 to 1:19:16( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Edward J. Markey

Edward J. Markey

1:17:35 to 1:17:49( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: generation. and from a guy who drives a hybrid, because i know that argument's going to come up, a guy who drives a hybrid, not that big s.u.v., like they drive up there in boston, vote

Edward J. Markey

1:17:49 to 1:18:04( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: yes on this bill and let's get it done. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. markey: may i inquire once again from

Edward J. Markey

1:18:04 to 1:18:20( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: the chair what the remaining time is? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from massachusetts has three minutes remaining, the gentleman from california has four minutes remaining. mr.

Edward J. Markey

1:18:20 to 1:18:36( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: markey: and i would inquire -- mr. pombo: we have just one remaining speaker to close. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california has the right to close. mr. markey: then i will recognize

Edward J. Markey

1:18:36 to 1:18:50( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: myself for the balance of the time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. markey: thank you. this is an historic debate. we have opec and the oil industry tipping consumers

Edward J. Markey

1:18:50 to 1:19:05( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: upside down at the pump every single day. rather than having a debate out here on the house floor, which would dramatically increase by millions of barrels a day the amount of alternative

Edward J. Markey

1:19:05 to 1:19:16( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: renewable fuels which we use, rather than debating out here on the floor how we would increase the fuel efficiency standards over the next 10 years of all of the vehicles which we drive in

George Miller

1:19:16 to 1:19:29( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: the united states which would push out additional millions of barrels of oil a day so that 10 years from today there would be no imported oil from opec, no imported oil from the persian

George Miller

1:19:16 to 1:20:24( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: George Miller

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