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House Proceeding on Jul 23rd, 2009 :: 0:24:25 to 0:26:00
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Spencer Bachus

0:24:22 to 0:24:42( Edit History Discussion )

Spencer Bachus: opportunity to commend the work of billy jack miller, a citizen of elephant butte, new mexico. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back e balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from alabama rise? mr. bachus: madam speaker, i ask

Spencer Bachus

0:24:25 to 0:26:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Spencer Bachus

Spencer Bachus

0:24:43 to 0:25:04( Edit History Discussion )

Spencer Bachus: unanimous consent to address the the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. bachus: thank you. madam speaker, i received a letter yesterday from a lady, an officer in a small community bank in alabama and i wanted to share what she said with my colleagues. she expresses her concerns that many community bankers are

Spencer Bachus

0:25:05 to 0:25:25( Edit History Discussion )

Spencer Bachus: expressing about the legislation under consideration by the house financial services committee to create a new government bureaucracy, otherwise known as the consumer finance protection agency. here's what she says, i strongly support consumer protections. in fact, my bank's competitive

Spencer Bachus

0:25:26 to 0:25:48( Edit History Discussion )

Spencer Bachus: edge rests with our customers' implicit trust that we will deal?? with them fairly and honestly when they visit my bank. with their best interests in mind, don't take that ability from me to meet their unique needs. she points out that thrir countless examples of local bankers offering nonstandard

Spencer Bachus

0:25:49 to 0:26:01( Edit History Discussion )

Spencer Bachus: loan products to consumers and customers in an effort to meet their unique needs, not to victimize them, but to give them a product that fits their purpose.

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