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House Proceeding 06-04-09 on Jun 4th, 2009 :: 2:46:25 to 2:47:40
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Sheila Jackson-Lee

2:46:21 to 2:46:42( Edit History Discussion )

Sheila Jackson-Lee: and how best to address the co-mingling of passengers. i yield at this time to the chair of the committee on transportation and infrastructure protection, congresswoman jackson lee. ms. jackson lee: i would like to applaud the gentlelady from guam for this foughtful amendment. mr. speaker, if we are going to

Sheila Jackson-Lee

2:46:25 to 2:47:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Sheila Jackson-Lee

Sheila Jackson-Lee

2:46:43 to 2:47:03( Edit History Discussion )

Sheila Jackson-Lee: have homeland security, we must have expanded homeland security and that includes our territories. this amendment directs t.s.a. to identify in its report funding sources to recover the costs of any long-term security improvements that would be needed at these airports in the territories. i believe this is crucial. this is a seamless and important

Sheila Jackson-Lee

2:47:04 to 2:47:24( Edit History Discussion )

Sheila Jackson-Lee: part of homeland security. and i would ask my colleagues to support it, which includ territories, especially the guam international airport, which is subject to significant fluctuations in passenger volume pause of the passenger volume. this is a good amendment and i ask my colleagues to support it. the chair: the gentlewoman

Sheila Jackson-Lee

2:47:25 to 2:47:41( Edit History Discussion )

Sheila Jackson-Lee: yields back. the gentleman from pennsylvania. mr. dent: yield back. the chair: the question is on the amendment offered by the gentlelady from guam. those in favor sayye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, the ayes have it and the amendment is agreed to it is now in order to consider amendment number 12 printed in

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