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House Proceeding 07-28-09 on Jul 28th, 2009 :: 2:55:30 to 2:56:50
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Tom Price

2:55:27 to 2:55:47( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: communities in my district directly as a result of the econom recovery plan. magnify that nationally and it's 10,000. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from georgia rise? mr. price: to trim. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. price: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, what was one of the major concerns with the nonstimulus spending bill and the national energy tax that

Tom Price

2:55:30 to 2:56:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Price

Tom Price

2:55:48 to 2:56:11( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: have flown through this house? you know what it was, mr. speake nobody read the so what should we do with this health care bill? i would suggest that we read the bill. as somebody has said already, there's just a draft form, but what's in that draft? it would raise taxes on individuals, small businesses, and employers by $818 billion. and spend $1.6 trillion to

Tom Price

2:56:12 to 2:56:33( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: create a system that even the congressional budget office admits would raise, not lower, health costs. the bill would ban the purchase of private individual health coverage as part of a government takeover of health care that independent entities confirm would result in over 100 million americans losing their private personal coverage. the house republicans are for health reform that works.

Tom Price

2:56:34 to 2:56:51( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: that we have a plan for real reform that expands access to affordable health care and gives families the freedom to choose and health care that fits their needs not government needs. house republicans support patients. we will oppose any plan that puts washington bureaucrats between patients and the care they need.

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