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House Proceeding 06-25-09 on Jun 26th, 2009 :: 1:06:00 to 1:07:20
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Norman D. Dicks

1:05:54 to 1:06:14( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: 111-184 offered by mr. dicks of the chair: pursuant to house resolution 578, the gentleman from washington, mr. dicks, and a memb control five minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from washington. mr. dicks: thank you. this is a good amendment. it's the so-called manager's

Norman D. Dicks

1:06:00 to 1:07:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Norman D. Dicks

Norman D. Dicks

1:06:15 to 1:06:35( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: amendment. it does three important things, but they're modest. first as chairman rahall of the natural resources committee pointed out, this amendment restores the interior department's authority to assist cooperative watershed projects that restore streams destroyed by acid mine drainage.

Norman D. Dicks

1:06:36 to 1:06:57( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: it was inadvertently discontinued after the law amendments of 2006. this amendment aids citizens' groups and states that are restoring streams damaged by previous coal mining. second, this amendment adds $10 million to the national park service state grant program. this program provides grants for acquisition of park and

Norman D. Dicks

1:06:58 to 1:07:18( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: recreation lands by state and local communities and was proposed by mr. mcgovern. there is tremendous demand for more parkland and recre alpha silt development. it is more and more vital to get people and especially kids out in nature and outdoors doing

Norman D. Dicks

1:07:19 to 1:07:21( Edit History Discussion )

Norman D. Dicks: active recreation. this amendment increases the

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