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House Proceeding 06-11-09 on Jun 11th, 2009 :: 0:45:20 to 0:46:20
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Jane Harman

0:45:16 to 0:45:36( Edit History Discussion )

Jane Harman: speaker, that we might find some shining moment in recognizing thate have more in common and working together than we do fighting and being apart. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from west virginia. mr. rahall: i yield one minute to the gentlelady from california, mrs. jane harmontana. the speaker pro tempore: recognized for one minute.

Jane Harman

0:45:20 to 0:46:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jane Harman

Jane Harman

0:45:37 to 0:45:58( Edit History Discussion )

Jane Harman: ms. harman: thank you, mr. speaker, and i thank the gentleman for speaking -- yielding. less than a mile from this chamber a hate crime occurred yesterday. it occurred in a place of remembrance, a sanction wear. that sanctuary, the holocaust museum, has meaning for earn here. it has special meaning for me because my father was a refugee from that holocaust. and most of his family was

Jane Harman

0:45:59 to 0:46:21( Edit History Discussion )

Jane Harman: killed in it. one exhibit in the holocaust museum is a wall of shoes taken from innocent men, women and children before they were gassed to death. who were they? what lives would they have led? would their children end up serving here as i do? in the memory of officer johns

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