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House Proceeding 06-03-09 on Jun 3rd, 2009 :: 0:48:35 to 0:49:40
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Bob Goodlatte

0:48:29 to 0:48:49( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: of the question. it is now in order to consider amendment number 1 printed in house report 111-131. for what purpose does the gentleman from virginia rise? >> to offer the amendment. the chair: the clerk will designate the amendment. the clerk: amendment number 1 printed in house report 111-131 offered by mr. goodlatte of virginia. the chair: pursuant to house resolution 490, the gentleman

Bob Goodlatte

0:48:35 to 0:49:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bob Goodlatte

Bob Goodlatte

0:48:50 to 0:49:11( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: from virginia and a member opposed each will control five minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from virginia. mr. goodlatte: thank you, mr. chairman. mr. chairman, i rise today to offer an amendment to h.r. 1385, the thomasina e. jordan indian tribes of virginia federal recognition act. give than this bill could dramatically change locates in virginia, i'm offering an amendment to provide an additional protection for

Bob Goodlatte

0:49:12 to 0:49:32( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: private property. this amendment would ensure that no use of eminent domain could be used to acquire private property to transfer it to the tribes. this would ensure that lands are not taken out of current private use for the sole purpose of tribal lands and ensure some protection for private residents and locas. the bill expands the

Bob Goodlatte

0:49:33 to 0:49:40( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: congressional recommended areas tribes can have for their tr gibbon that this is a great expansion in comparison to versions this bill introduced in

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