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House Proceeding 07-28-09 on Jul 28th, 2009 :: 2:34:05 to 2:35:35
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Judy Biggert

2:34:01 to 2:34:22( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: americ where are the jobs? happy birthday, sweetheart. the speaker pro tempore: the chair will remind members to address their remarks to the

Judy Biggert

2:34:05 to 2:35:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Judy Biggert

Judy Biggert

2:34:23 to 2:34:44( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: chair. for what purpose does the gentlelady from illinois rise? mrs. biggert: ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and the speaker pro tempore without objection, the gentlelady is recognized for one minute. mrs. biggert: i thank you, mr. speaker. i rise today to discuss the health care concerns my constituents shared with me last night at a town hall

Judy Biggert

2:34:45 to 2:35:05( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: meeting. overwhelmingly i heard from those who legitimately worry that this proposal will force them from the private insurance they enjoy nw. one caller told me that she was able to provide for her medically fragile child only because of her employer-provided health ce, which she described as expensive but worth every penny. she fears that this so-called reform bill her coverage

Judy Biggert

2:35:06 to 2:35:26( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: options would be limited and her child would be denied the care that she needs. many of my constituents who are remarkably well informed about this complex legislation are also outraged by its cost. they question how $1.6 trillion in new spending and 53 new bureaucracies will ke health care better.

Judy Biggert

2:35:27 to 2:35:36( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: one caller, a federal employee, was unhappy. mr. speaker, my constituents have spoken.

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