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House Proceeding on Jul 23rd, 2008 :: 0:24:39 to 0:26:14
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Donald M. Payne

0:23:21 to 0:24:39( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Donald M. Payne

Donald M. Payne

0:24:29 to 0:24:39( Edit History Discussion )

Donald M. Payne: >> thank youing madam speaker. everywhere i go across the first congressional district, my constituents have the same question on their mind. if record high gas prices that are breaking their

Marsha Blackburn

0:24:39 to 0:24:51( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: backs and families avoss the -- across the nation would entice congress to act now, what will? by failing to allow an upper or down voting my friends on the other side of the aisle remain

Marsha Blackburn

0:24:39 to 0:26:14( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Marsha Blackburn

Marsha Blackburn

0:24:51 to 0:25:01( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: the only obstacle to putting america on the path to energy security and decreasing our dependence on foreign oil. the american people overwhelmingly support a common sense, all of the above solution

Marsha Blackburn

0:25:01 to 0:25:41( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: to solve this crisis and address our growing energy needs. the longer we delay in passing a comprehensive energy plan, the longer american families and small businesses will continue to

Marsha Blackburn

0:25:50 to 0:25:53( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: pay more than they should for a tank of gas. it's time for the majority to live up to their promise and allow a vote on the energy future of this country. thank you and i yield back the

Marsha Blackburn

0:25:53 to 0:25:57( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: balance of his time. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlewoman from new hampshire rise. >> to address the house for one us minute. the speaker pro tempore: without

Marsha Blackburn

0:25:57 to 0:26:00( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: objection, the gentlewoman is recgeognized. >> it may be july by new hampshire families are already a worried about how are they going to heat they home this is winter? the cost of heating

Marsha Blackburn

0:26:00 to 0:26:03( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: oil has been rising dramatically all ly year. with $5 a gallon heating oil forecast, the average new hampshire family chaould be spending $4,000 to heat their home. this is a daunting figure

Marsha Blackburn

0:26:03 to 0:26:14( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: for most families. with the bush administration recommending a $500,000 cut to the low income heating energy assistance program, liheap, for fiscal year 2009, congress simply must step in and

John W. Olver

0:26:14 to 0:26:23( Edit History Discussion )

John W. Olver: provide the kind of fund regular leaf americans need. i have introduced legislation that would provide $9 billion in emergency funding for liheap as well as an additional $1 billion for weatherization

John W. Olver

0:26:14 to 0:27:23( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John W. Olver

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