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House Proceeding on Jun 18th, 2008 :: 0:11:41 to 0:13:07
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Peter A. DeFazio

0:10:27 to 0:11:41( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Peter A. DeFazio

Peter A. DeFazio

0:11:24 to 0:11:41( Edit History Discussion )

Peter A. DeFazio: for what purpose does the gentleman from ohio rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. >> thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker,

Randy Neugebauer

0:11:41 to 0:12:06( Edit History Discussion )

Randy Neugebauer: as congress continues to debate on domestic energy policy, we mus be aware of what our constituents are saying both at he and at work. during this past week i had a pleasure of touring two

Randy Neugebauer

0:11:41 to 0:13:07( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Randy Neugebauer

Randy Neugebauer

0:12:06 to 0:12:20( Edit History Discussion )

Randy Neugebauer: manufacturing plants in my district. these plants provide hundreds of good-paying jobs and produce high-quality products for our nation's economy. hands down rising energy costs are their number

Randy Neugebauer

0:12:20 to 0:12:34( Edit History Discussion )

Randy Neugebauer: one concern. as energy costs rise, production cost rises at these plants. as production costs rise, companies all over the united states face competition from foreign manufacturers, we have

Randy Neugebauer

0:12:34 to 0:12:50( Edit History Discussion )

Randy Neugebauer: lower labor costs and in a sense lower fuel costs. countries like china and india are able to lower production costs directly tied to their lower energy costs. under the current congressional

Randy Neugebauer

0:12:50 to 0:13:07( Edit History Discussion )

Randy Neugebauer: leadership, congress will not consider domestic exploration and recover an aabundance of energy resources in the united states. we can grow our own economy, retain american jobs and prevent

Eddie Bernice Johnson

0:13:07 to 0:13:22( Edit History Discussion )

Eddie Bernice Johnson: them from being taken overseas. the bottom line is that m.g. equals manufacturing which equals jobs. we must know that our energy debates continues. thank you. the speaker pro tempore:

Eddie Bernice Johnson

0:13:07 to 0:14:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Eddie Bernice Johnson

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