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House Proceeding 06-26-09 on Jun 26th, 2009 :: 3:39:55 to 3:41:20
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John Kline

3:39:51 to 3:40:11( Edit History Discussion )

John Kline: the speaker pro tempore: the clerk is executing the order of the house according to its terms. mr. shadegg: i thank the gentlelady. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. barton: madam speaker, i want to yield one minute to the the gentleman from missouri, mr.

John Kline

3:39:55 to 3:41:20( Edit History Discussion )
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John Kline

3:40:12 to 3:40:32( Edit History Discussion )

John Kline: akin. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from missouri is recognized for one minute. mr. akin: thank you, madam chair. i'm the ranking member on the armed services subcommittee on sea power. we've talked a lot about climate change and global things and taxes, but my concern is very specific with this bill.

John Kline

3:40:33 to 3:40:53( Edit History Discussion )

John Kline: i have had a chance to tour the huge shipyards where the steel frames go up and the nuclear reactors go into our ships of the mighty navy. and every single step of the way there is energy involved in making the steel and making the aluminum for the aircraft, heavy, heavy uses of energy in

John Kline

3:40:54 to 3:41:14( Edit History Discussion )

John Kline: welding the steel together. if this bill passes, it is a major threat to heavy industry, because it increases the cost of energy. when we increase the cost of ships and planes, we're going to be able to buy less because we aren't going to have enough money in the defense budget to be able to buy as many and in that regard we become more

John Kline

3:41:15 to 3:41:20( Edit History Discussion )

John Kline: vulnerable as a nation. this bill, while it has not been talked about in this regard is a

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