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House Proceeding 06-08-09 on Jun 8th, 2009 :: 0:19:30 to 0:20:50
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Brian Baird

0:19:27 to 0:19:47( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: for these reasons i encourage my colleagues to support h.r. and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the chair recognizes the gentleman from washington. mr. baird: i thank the gentleman for his support and for his comments. this is a bill that's had a number of hearings and on which we focused a great deal of attention on our committee. having had the privilege recently to travel

Brian Baird

0:19:30 to 0:20:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Brian Baird

Brian Baird

0:19:48 to 0:20:09( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: internationally anmeet with world, i know personally of the importance. i also wanted to acknowledge that president obama mentioned the importance of scientific exchanges in collaboration in rice hiss recent speech in cairo as has his head of ostp. finally i want to thank chairman berman, chairman gordo mr.

Brian Baird

0:20:10 to 0:20:32( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: ehlers from michigan, and mr. carnahan for their work and want to at this point ask unanimous consent to insert an exchange of letters between chairman berman and chairman gordon into the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. baird: i would also be remi if i did not acknowledge the hardworking staff who contributed to this legislation namely dolly on the majority staff.

Brian Baird

0:20:33 to 0:20:50( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: malay williams on the majority staff, and also my personal staff as well. they have done an outstanding job on this piece of legislation. h.r. 1736 is a good bill. it doesn't cost anything. it just makes sure we apply our existing activities and resources as wisely as possible to the benefit of our security and prosperity.

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