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House Proceeding on Jul 31st, 2008 :: 3:53:20 to 3:56:51
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John Yarmuth

3:51:41 to 3:53:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Yarmuth

John Yarmuth

3:53:07 to 3:53:20( Edit History Discussion )

John Yarmuth: up and take notice. and k now that something has to change. the american energy act paves the way to decrease our reliance on foreign oil byei increasing the production off american-made

Tim Murphy

3:53:20 to 3:53:44( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: energy. e it not only n allows forll oil exploration both in the arctic coastal plain and offshore, a move that 73% of americans support according to the latest cnn poll. it also eliminates

Tim Murphy

3:53:20 to 3:56:51( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tim Murphy

Tim Murphy

3:53:44 to 3:54:00( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: the obstacle to the construction of newew oil refineries and nuclear power plants. now, w e all know a that increased production of tradititional forms of energy such as oil and gas is the only

Tim Murphy

3:54:00 to 3:54:12( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: -- is only the first step. the ameri can energy act also addresses the future ofe american-made energy by promotin g research and an development of renewable and alternative energy sources.

Tim Murphy

3:54:12 to 3:54:26( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: one of the best componentses of this bill is the permanent extensio n of the tax credits for alternative energy production. oklaho ma is the ninth largest producer of wind energy. and we look forward

Tim Murphy

3:54:26 to 3:54:41( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: to continued growth in that industry . i know that extending the ng production tax credit on wind energy will send the right message to w ind producers that the american government is

Tim Murphy

3:54:41 to 3:54:55( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: ready to work with them, tohe expand upon this already successful alternative energy source. the speaker recently was quoted as say ing that her refusal to bring legislation aimed at increasing

Tim Murphy

3:54:55 to 3:55:12( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: ame rican energy to y the floor for ae vote was an effort to save the planet. now, while iw, appreciate the gentlewoman from california's feelings tha t she has a moral obligation to promote

Tim Murphy

3:55:12 to 3:55:30( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: conservation, what about ouron obligation t o the american people? living hereli and now. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. mr. hastings: 30 additiona seconds. mr. lucas

Tim Murphy

3:55:30 to 3:55:47( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: who areho forced toce choose between driving to work and putting dinner ontt the table. it's irresponsible to adjourn for five weeks withoute passing a meaningful energy legniislation to

Tim Murphy

3:55:47 to 3:56:00( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: reduce the skyrocketing gas g prices americans are for aced to pay. now is the time for t america to take its place in the forefront of energy development by utilizing the va st natural

Tim Murphy

3:56:00 to 3:56:11( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: resources we have in this country. i ask all of my colleagues today, stand up. demand a vote on dethe american energy act. do something for o sur folks back home. thank you. i yield back.

Tim Murphy

3:56:11 to 3:56:24( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: the speaker pro tempore: the o gentlelady from florida. ms. castor: mr. speaker, i'm very pleased to yield four minutes to distinguished chair of the appropriations committee, mr.

Tim Murphy

3:56:24 to 3:56:38( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: obey. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for four minutes. mr. obey: mr. speaker, i simply want to re spond to one theme that we have heard here in the last 20 minutes

Tim Murphy

3:56:38 to 3:56:51( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Murphy: or so. we have heard complaints about the outrage that is being performed by the passage of this rule because it ulis alleged that this rule closes up consideration of this bill and in fact

Raúl M. Grijalva

3:56:51 to 3:57:07( Edit History Discussion )

Raúl M. Grijalva: prevents members from offering legitim ate amendments. let me point out thi os rule does one thing and one thing only. it s imply says that if a member wants toto offer an amendment that

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