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House Proceeding on Jul 26th, 2007 :: 3:30:49 to 3:31:58
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Steve Israel

3:30:32 to 3:30:49( Edit History Discussion )

Steve Israel: would allow them to delay a little in enforcing -- after all, the court didn't say you must. the court did not say you must deport these people. it said you may deport these people. it's

Tim Ryan

3:30:49 to 3:31:04( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: up to the administration to determine that. so i would hope that the administration would delay for the few weeks it may take for congress to show our will on this matter and that we don't

Tim Ryan

3:30:49 to 3:31:58( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tim Ryan

Tim Ryan

3:31:04 to 3:31:21( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: agree with the court. but again i hope this amendment doesn't pass because it sets a terrible precedent. may even be unconstitutional, i'm not sure, clearly we don't want to start stripping -- passing

Tim Ryan

3:31:21 to 3:31:34( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: bills that say you can't enforce a court order because once you start that road, where do you end? i certainly do anticipate working to make sure that nobody's deported under this. i hope

Tim Ryan

3:31:34 to 3:31:46( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: the administration will delay that. we can move legislation quickly on that. i yield back. the chairman: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. all time has expired. the question

Tim Ryan

3:31:46 to 3:31:58( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: is on agreeing to the amendment. so many as are in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, the ayes have it. and the amendment is agreed to. for what purpose does

Lynn A. Westmoreland

3:31:58 to 3:32:08( Edit History Discussion )

Lynn A. Westmoreland: the gentleman from connecticut rise? mr. shays: i'd like to renew my unanimous consent and say to my lleagues that i have spoken to the author of the amendment and he agrees with it.

Lynn A. Westmoreland

3:31:58 to 3:34:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lynn A. Westmoreland

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