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House Proceeding on Aug 4th, 2007 :: 0:10:47 to 0:12:09
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Jeff Fortenberry

0:09:16 to 0:10:47( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jeff Fortenberry

Jeff Fortenberry

0:10:34 to 0:10:47( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Fortenberry: congress demonstrates we are delivering positive change for the american people. we began this week senacting theng toughest reform legislation in history. lobbyists cannot pay for jets and treat

Philip Hare

0:10:47 to 0:11:00( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: to fanty meals. through honest legislation, we move forward towa address the real challenges facing america. on wednesday, we voted on the champ act which strengthens the child health insurance

Philip Hare

0:10:47 to 0:12:09( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Philip Hare

Philip Hare

0:11:00 to 0:11:10( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: program so that we can reach additional 5 million children who are already eligible for that program. the champ act delivers real progress on health care and the passage is vitally important.

Philip Hare

0:11:10 to 0:11:26( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: democrats also understandal that a forward-looking progressive energy policy is essential to this country's future. to that end we vote on an energy bill to move us towards independence and fighting

Philip Hare

0:11:26 to 0:11:41( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: global warming. mr. speaker, during this week alone, the democratic house will deliver on ethics reform, health care and energy. we're moving forward on real slugss that will help the american people

Philip Hare

0:11:41 to 0:11:57( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: in their every day lives. i yield back. >> for what purpose does the gentlewoman of tennessee -- without objection. t >> thank you,ha mr. speaker. you know, to the americans who are watching,

Philip Hare

0:11:57 to 0:12:09( Edit History Discussion )

Philip Hare: what is taking place on this floor over the past couple of days probably seems like a storied nightmare. what is up is down. . what is down is up. 215 is assumed to be less than 213. there you

Marsha Blackburn

0:12:09 to 0:12:20( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: go. and i do think that thursday night's vote is still going to continue to be one of those actions of disgrace when we talk about the historyab of this house. but mr. speaker, it is a pattern of

Marsha Blackburn

0:12:09 to 0:13:33( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Marsha Blackburn

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