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House Proceeding on Jul 31st, 2009 :: 1:30:50 to 1:33:20
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Tom Price

1:30:46 to 1:31:07( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: committee. i believe unintended consequences and i urge my colleagues to vote no i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from massachusetts. ask if i could reserve for one more speaker while i work mg out.

Tom Price

1:30:50 to 1:33:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Price

Tom Price

1:31:08 to 1:31:28( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. -- mr. frank: one more speak while i work something out. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from alabama. mr. bachus: i yield to the gentleman from geora, mr. price. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for two minutes. mr. price: i ask unanimous

Tom Price

1:31:29 to 1:31:49( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: so ordered. mr. price: thank you, mr. speaker. i thank my friend from alabama for yielding me time and for leading on this issue. what we hear from the other side of the ale is this famous old phrase, trust us. right? trust us. now, we know that folks on the other side don't have any reluctance to have the

Tom Price

1:31:50 to 1:32:10( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: government run things. we've seen it over and over and over again. in fact, we just heard it from one of the speakers, we don't and then he followed that up and said, but this is only part of what we need to do. but the bill, mr. speaker, the bill has language in it that would in effect allow the federal government to determine pay compensation for employees, and that might be all right if it were just companies that

Tom Price

1:32:11 to 1:32:33( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: were receiving tax money. that might be ok. but in fact it's not. it is so many other companies. covered financial institutions, the definition in the bill would expose companies like c.v.s. care mark, yes, well care health plan, value line, textron, medco health solutions, lowe's corporation. mr. speaker, this is another far reach by the democrats in

Tom Price

1:32:34 to 1:32:55( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: charge who believe that the government knows best, not just about automobile companies, not just about energy companies, not just about how to spend your money, not just about your health care. they're working on that government-run health care plan. but also private companies across this country. they believe they ought to come and say, this is what you

Tom Price

1:32:56 to 1:33:16( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: should make and not make. nobody should be concerned about having shareholders give their opinion, have a say about what executives make when shareholders own part of that company. that makes a whole lot of sense. but what we do have concerns about, grave concerns, is the intervention of the federal government into one business after another after another. this is just another example of

Tom Price

1:33:17 to 1:33:21( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Price: that. it's a terrible idea. it strikes at the very core of

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