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House Proceeding on Jul 29th, 2009 :: 1:18:55 to 1:21:10
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Barney Frank

1:18:52 to 1:19:06( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: possibility of adding wind insurance to the national flood insurance program so there isn't any discrepancy, doesn't mat for the wind destroyed house or the flood did if you

Barney Frank

1:18:55 to 1:21:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Barney Frank

Barney Frank

1:19:21 to 1:19:41( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: built to it code and paid your premiums, you're going to get paid. i realize your committee has been very busy with the housing cris, everyone is aware of this. but folks in the affected regions, now 52% of all americans, are curious, at what point do you think there will be talk about these changes? mr. frank: there's been a request for an -- from the why the six-month administration, i believe the

Barney Frank

1:19:42 to 1:20:03( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: house remains committed to that. what happens in the senate will be another issue. but it is certainly our intention, the leadership of the comm side to work with the gentleman to extend that protection and hope that maybe thing wills change in the nate. i yield again. mr. taylor: does the gentleman

Barney Frank

1:20:04 to 1:20:28( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: envision hear this is fall on the subject? mr. frank: it would be appropriate, as members know, we are probably not going away for a while this calendar year. yes, i know the gentleman from california who chairs the subcommittee which has jurisdiction s in this and plans to have some

Barney Frank

1:20:29 to 1:20:51( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: mr. taylor: i thank the gentleman, and to the previous speaker who lives in a house on stilts and represents people who live in houses on stilts, they're not all that bad. mr. frank: i would say just to talk about the problem of housing on stilts in an earthquake area. the speaker pro tempore: the

Barney Frank

1:20:52 to 1:21:14( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: gentlelady from west virginia. house on stilts, i live in the mountain, i guess that's a good thing, but i yield back and i urge support of this legislation. the speaker pro gentleman from massachusetts. mr. frank: i will yield back after recalling the views of bentham who said he thought

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