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House Proceeding on Jul 31st, 2007 :: 1:23:50 to 1:25:12
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John Hall

1:22:42 to 1:23:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Hall

John Hall

1:23:38 to 1:23:50( Edit History Discussion )

John Hall: does the gentleman from california rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. >> since 2000, foreign trade has increased

Ken Calvert

1:23:50 to 1:24:04( Edit History Discussion )

Ken Calvert: more than 20%. more than seven million new jobs were created. simply put, free trade works. i ask congress to move forward in passing the trade agreements with south korea and colombia. it will bring

Ken Calvert

1:23:50 to 1:25:12( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ken Calvert

Ken Calvert

1:24:04 to 1:24:19( Edit History Discussion )

Ken Calvert: down the barriers in asia and south america. american business sectors, such as automobiles, textiles and services will allow unprecedented access. favorable trade environments will be created

Ken Calvert

1:24:19 to 1:24:31( Edit History Discussion )

Ken Calvert: for telecommunications and workers. as congress continues to examine the trade policy, we should not forget of what we can do here at home to maximize free trade while minimizing its impact.

Ken Calvert

1:24:31 to 1:24:40( Edit History Discussion )

Ken Calvert: california has seen a 40% incries in container traffic on road and rail. this is causing serious transportation for both businesses and constituents in my district. the nation must address this

Ken Calvert

1:24:40 to 1:24:51( Edit History Discussion )

Ken Calvert: concern so that businesses can receive their goods efficiently and that americans are not overwhelmed by increased freight traffic. fortunately, free trade affords us the resources we need,

Ken Calvert

1:24:51 to 1:25:03( Edit History Discussion )

Ken Calvert: so that the prosperity it creates is shared by all. thank you, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. for what purpose does the gentleman from

Ken Calvert

1:25:03 to 1:25:12( Edit History Discussion )

Ken Calvert: new hampshire rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. >> mr. speaker, last week house democrats unveiled the children's

Carol Shea-Porter

1:25:12 to 1:25:21( Edit History Discussion )

Carol Shea-Porter: health and medicare protection act, a bill that re-authorizes ip, ensures millions of children receive the health benefits they need and protects medicare for americans senior s. the bill

Carol Shea-Porter

1:25:12 to 1:26:28( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Carol Shea-Porter

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