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House Proceeding 07-08-09 on Jul 8th, 2009 :: 1:10:50 to 1:11:55
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Rosa L. DeLauro

1:10:37 to 1:10:57( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: time. the gentlelady from connecticut. ms. delauro: mr. chairman, though i plan to support the amendment, i ask unanimous consent to claim the time in opposition. the chair: without objection. ms. delauro: this amendment as it's been stated increases funding for rural energy, for the rural energy for america program, by $2 million. and taking that funding from the office of chief information

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:10:50 to 1:11:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Rosa L. DeLauro

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:10:58 to 1:11:22( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: officer. the 2008 farm bill provided gnificant amounts of mandatory fuing for this program and this bill before us today increases that investment toward energy independence. i did not choose the offset that'sncluded, we may need to revisit that in conference but i'm a strong supporter of the --

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:11:23 to 1:11:43( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: these efforts and i urge the i doppings of the amendment and -- the adoptio and i -- i would ask for a yes vote on the amendment and yield back the balance of my time. the chair: the gentlelady yields back the balance of her time? ms. delauro: yes. the chair: the gentleman from nebraska. mr. f thank the chairwoman of the committee for her support of

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:11:44 to 1:11:55( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: this amendment. it's important. clearly we have a similar vision and i think this is important and will help very much. with that i yield back the balance of my time. the chair: the question is on the amendment offered by the

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