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House Proceeding on Jun 26th, 2008 :: 0:04:38 to 0:06:02
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Candice S. Miller

0:02:54 to 0:04:38( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Candice S. Miller

Candice S. Miller

0:04:27 to 0:04:38( Edit History Discussion )

Candice S. Miller: work. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the pr gentlelady's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? the gentleman is recognized for one minute without objection.

George Miller

0:04:38 to 0:04:51( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: mr. miller: as members of the house, as american families struggle with the rising cost of energy, as it makes their commute to work even more expensive, as they think abouthi buying home heating

George Miller

0:04:38 to 0:06:02( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: George Miller

George Miller

0:04:51 to 0:05:02( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: oil for this winter think how it could have been. think how their life would have been different that for the last seven years instead of defending the subsidies for big oil companies, the tax breaks

George Miller

0:05:02 to 0:05:11( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: for big oil companies, and the royalty holidays for big oil companies, if the bush administration and the cheney administration had put their heads together and thought about the future as

George Miller

0:05:11 to 0:05:25( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: opposed to the past, but when you have two oil men together in the oval office in the white house, they think about the past. and that's protecting the oil companies. not about the future.

George Miller

0:05:25 to 0:05:36( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: think if president bush had come out for any increase in the mileage standards seven years ago, where we would have been instead of defending for 32 years the right of the automobile companies

George Miller

0:05:36 to 0:05:51( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: to keep us away from more efficient automobiles? but that would this been the future but the bush-cheney administration has never thought about the future. they only thought about the

George Miller

0:05:51 to 0:06:02( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: past. that's turned out to be terribly terribly costly to the american consumer. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania rise? mr. murphy: to address the

Tim Murphy

0:06:02 to 0:06:22( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. murphy: thank you, madam speaker. i know much of our concern is on energy and

Tim Murphy

0:06:02 to 0:07:14( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tim Murphy

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