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House Proceeding 06-26-09 on Jun 26th, 2009 :: 1:48:35 to 1:49:50
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Nathan Deal

1:48:28 to 1:48:49( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: one minute to the distinguished senior member of the committee from the great state of georgia, mr. deal. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. deal: i for yielding. there are many issues that need to be discussed. i rise in opposition to this leg.

Nathan Deal

1:48:35 to 1:49:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Nathan Deal

Nathan Deal

1:48:50 to 1:49:12( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: one topic is that of jobs. we're told we're going to gain jobs. by most reasonable estimates, we're going to lose jobs. the best example of that is to look at what happened in spain spain has traveled this path of renewables and green energy. their estimate is that for every job they gained they lost over two. i don't consider that to be the direction thatur country

Nathan Deal

1:49:13 to 1:49:33( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: needs to go, especially in these difficult economic times. the cond thing that needs to be said is that there is a disparity being created in the renewable portfolio requirements. for portions of the cubtry such as georgia and the southeast in georgia, -- in general we don't have the volume of alternatives

Nathan Deal

1:49:34 to 1:49:52( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: allowed under this legislation. especially if we are not going to get credit for the nuclear plants we are trying to bring onboard in our state. therefore, we're going to have to purchase those credits from some other part of the country, something i think will have an undoubtable, definite negative effect on the power bills of

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