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House Proceeding 06-04-09 on Jun 4th, 2009 :: 1:34:00 to 1:36:10
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Peter A. DeFazio

1:34:00 to 1:34:20( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: are doing and what they are pro posing to do. i support this amendment particularly as it dls with general aviation because that's where the problems have developed recently and i urge is body to adopt this amendment. i yield back. the chair: the gentleman mississippi. mr. thompson: mr. chair, i yield the balance of my time to the gentleman from oregon. the chair: the oregon is recognized for the

Peter A. DeFazio

1:34:00 to 1:36:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Peter A. DeFazio

Peter A. DeFazio

1:34:21 to 1:34:42( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: balance of the time, 2 1/2 minutes. mr. defazio: who has the right to close? the chair: the gentleman from oregon reserves the right to close -- has the right to close. the gentleman from florida. mr. defazio: i'll speak for 1 1/2 and then let him finish and then i'll summarize. i thank the gentleman for yielding. first off, the absolutely

Peter A. DeFazio

1:34:43 to 1:35:03( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: stupid 30-minute rule which in fact i was subjected to last week, united airlines can't get it in their manual that it was repealed four years ago. i did ask my card be sent up to the pilot but i complained several times. some pilots think -- that was not created by the t.s.a. and my former chairman micah

Peter A. DeFazio

1:35:04 to 1:35:25( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: knows that. that was -- chairman mica knows that. that was a secret service directive that preempted all that t.s.a. agreed with us that it was an absolutely asinine rule. but we were told it was a higher authority. so that would have never have gone -- i won't yield. that would have never gone

Peter A. DeFazio

1:35:26 to 1:35:46( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: through a rulemaking process that waimposed. now, those sorts of things could be impos for six months still under the gentleman's rule. and i don't know that the secret service would claim that they could preempt even the six-month limit. we can't prevent all stupidity but we push it back.

Peter A. DeFazio

1:35:47 to 1:36:07( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: under the gentleman's amendment they would still be amending the jail rule to get down to the four ounces -- to the gel rule to get down to the four ounces -- i don't know if it's 3.4. that seems to change too. but you don't need a two-year process and shouldn't impose a two-year process. and an extraordinary expense to

Peter A. DeFazio

1:36:08 to 1:36:10( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: the taxpayers in that sort of case. yes, there are problems.

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