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House Proceeding 07-16-09 on Jul 16th, 2009 :: 0:03:10 to 0:06:55
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Joe Sestak

0:03:08 to 0:03:29( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: mr. jones for july 23, mr. boozman for to for today, and mr. scalise for today. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania rise? >> i ask unanimous consent that today following legislative business and any special orders heretofore entered into, the

Joe Sestak

0:03:10 to 0:06:55( Edit History Discussion )
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Joe Sestak

0:03:30 to 0:03:50( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: following member mace be permitted toddress the house for five minutes to revise and extend their remarks and include therein extraneous material. ms. woolsey of california. mr. sestak of pennsylvania, ms. captor of ohio, and mr. defazio of oregon. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. under the speaker's announced

Joe Sestak

0:03:51 to 0:04:11( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: policy of january 6, 2009, and under a previoused orer of the house, the following members are recognized for five minutes each. ms. woolsey of california. for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania rise? mr. sestak: i ask unanimous consent to speak out of order for five minutes. the speaker pro tempore:

Joe Sestak

0:04:12 to 0:04:33( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. sestak: i rise today to honor a true visionary a world-class intellect and leader of the first order, dr. constantin poppados. his passing has left a void felt in all corners of our

Joe Sestak

0:04:34 to 0:04:54( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: nation and his beloved greece. he served as the director of the university, and put him among the longest serving leaders in higher education today. drexel's enrollment grew u him and full-time undergraduate

Joe Sestak

0:04:55 to 0:05:16( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: enrollment grew to more than 11,000 students. he led the way to create the drexel university college of medicine, the school of law, and the study online. he also found a partnership between drexel university and the university of pennsylvania,

Joe Sestak

0:05:17 to 0:05:37( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: an initiative that will help untold numbers of men and women realize their full potential. thpennsylvania institute of technology's new program for veterans of the combat in iraq and afghanisn is another testament to his legacy. beyond academia, he was a champion of local economic deelopment.

Joe Sestak

0:05:38 to 0:06:00( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: he helped create select greater philadelphia. he was a founding member of the world trade center of greater philadelphia. he also served in the river development corporatn board. during his tenure at drexel university, he had the opportunity to meet with various foreign digny tai tears. in 1997, then president of the

Joe Sestak

0:06:01 to 0:06:21( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: people's republic of china then visited drexel university where his son had earned his ph.d. he also had a private audience with pope john paul ii of rome. more recently, drexel university was host of the october 2007 democratic

Joe Sestak

0:06:22 to 0:06:45( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: presidential campaign debate. he was born in athens in 1946 and did not arrive in the united states until 1969. since his arrival as a student, he's received more than 150 major awards and honors. in addition to these, he acknowledged that the greatest achievement of his life for his marriage of 39 years to the love of his life and the birth

Joe Sestak

0:06:46 to 0:06:56( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: of his bright and talented daughter maria. a 2008 drexel graduate. i ask that our chamber and nation pause to acknowledge

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