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House Proceeding 06-26-09 on Jun 26th, 2009 :: 3:35:10 to 3:36:45
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Tom Price

3:35:07 to 3:35:27( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: mr. gohmert: so the two together worked out official copy. i appreciate the explanation. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. barton: i'm parliamentary inquirey out.

Tom Price

3:35:10 to 3:36:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Price

Tom Price

3:35:28 to 3:35:48( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: i yield one minute to mr. price. the speaker pro tempore: mr. price is recognized for one minute. mr. price: madam speaker, this would be humo so dog gone sad. this will impose a massive tax that the president's own aides have admitted it would cost $2 trillion.

Tom Price

3:35:49 to 3:36:09( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: the president boasted aut the enormous cost saying under my cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket, unquote. indeed, this plan would increase taxes on american families by $3,100 and raise their energy bill by $1,500. this will force many businesses

Tom Price

3:36:10 to 3:36:31( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: to outsource jobs overseas or close their doors all together, which will cost over a million jobs annually. it will have little or no impact on the environment. many experts believe the environment will be adversely affected, since many companies will be forced overseas where emission or environmental standards are nonexistent. hundreds of groups, hundreds of

Tom Price

3:36:32 to 3:36:45( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: groups since the u.s. chamber, the national association of manufacturers oppose this legislation. tax and government watchdog groups including the national taxpayer union, citizens against government waste oppose it.

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