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House Proceeding 06-03-09 on Jun 3rd, 2009 :: 1:45:10 to 1:46:30
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Mike McIntyre

1:45:07 to 1:45:27( Edit History Discussion )

Mike McIntyre: that's being offered in this motion to recommit. in oosition to the gentleman from north carolina, mr. mcintyre. the speaker pro tempore: the chair recognizes the gentleman from north carolina. mr. mcintyre: thank you, madam speaker, thank you, mr. chairman. let's just put this straightforward. this is another attempt to push the lumbees back yet again

Mike McIntyre

1:45:10 to 1:46:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Mike McIntyre

Mike McIntyre

1:45:28 to 1:45:48( Edit History Discussion )

Mike McIntyre: through political action. it's another attempt to send them back to the bureaucracy. and the last thing our american citizens deserve and that our lumbee american citizens deserve is to be put back through a simple saying of go back to the bureaucracy. let's once again let congress skip its duty.

Mike McIntyre

1:45:49 to 1:46:09( Edit History Discussion )

Mike McIntyre: our united states constitution itself says that the congress, right there it says to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several states and with the indian tribes. it is a congressional duty and responsibility. now, they've gone through this process. we already explained it. 11 times. this is a 12th time being

Mike McIntyre

1:46:10 to 1:46:31( Edit History Discussion )

Mike McIntyre: offered. our members should recognize this. and also recognize that no other tribe that received federal recognition through an act of the united states congress has had to go back through a verification process that is now proposed in this motion to recommit. let's treat the lumbees fairly. this would put them in a situation that would single

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