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House Proceeding 07-23-09 on Jul 23rd, 2009 :: 2:37:30 to 2:38:55
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Charles B. Rangel

2:37:14 to 2:37:34( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: the chair: pursuant to house resolution 669, the gentleman from new york, mr. rangel, and a member opposed, each will control five minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from new york. mr. rael: i rise in support of this amendment. what it actually does is the public housing community

Charles B. Rangel

2:37:30 to 2:38:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Charles B. Rangel

Charles B. Rangel

2:37:35 to 2:37:56( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: service requirement that those people that live in public housing are required to put in a certain number of public service requirements. nowhere do we have where people who find themselves in public housing have to be mandated to

Charles B. Rangel

2:37:57 to 2:38:19( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: do certain hours of volunteer work. indeed, there's no funds available to enforce this mandate. the housing authori in the city of new york and other housing authorities around the country think this is a worthless addition and vindictive and put into the bill.

Charles B. Rangel

2:38:20 to 2:38:42( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: and other people who are recipients of public housing to do this. . we have been successful in having it in reviewing. it is not effective and not working and an insult to people

Charles B. Rangel

2:38:43 to 2:38:55( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: who donated so much to their country and community who find themselves in need of housing subsidy to be mandated more or less to provide public service when those people who are able

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