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House Proceeding on Sep 4th, 2007 :: 0:18:21 to 0:22:16
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Ralph M. Hall

0:14:35 to 0:18:21( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ralph M. Hall

Ralph M. Hall

0:18:05 to 0:18:21( Edit History Discussion )

Ralph M. Hall: pro tempore: the gentleman from washington? mr. baird: mr. speaker, i have no further speakers at that time. i ask the gentleman if he has other speakers. the speaker pro tempore: the geleman

Brian Baird

0:18:21 to 0:18:32( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: from texas. >> i don't believe i hav any, mr. speaker. i yield back my time. mr. baird: i would like to thank my colleague from texas this is a bipartisan bill. i want to sing the praises of

Brian Baird

0:18:21 to 0:22:16( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Brian Baird

Brian Baird

0:18:32 to 0:18:43( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: congressman towns. with no further request for time, i would yield back the balance of my time and urge a yes for the fine piece of legislation. the speaker pro tempore: will the house suspend

Brian Baird

0:18:43 to 0:18:59( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: the rules and pass h.r. 694. those in favor say aye. those opposed say no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative, the bill is -- >> mr. speaker.

0:18:59 to 0:19:11( Edit History Discussion )

the speaker pro tempore: the rules are suspended, the bill -- the gentleman from tennessee. . georgia, excuse me. >> on that i ask for a recorded vote. the speaker pro tempore: does the

Brian Baird

0:19:11 to 0:19:28( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: gentleman ask for the yeas and nays? the speaker pro tempore: all of those in favor of taking the vote of the yeas and nays will rise and remain standing until counted. the yeas and nays

Brian Baird

0:19:28 to 0:19:42( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: are ordered. pursuant to clause 8, rule 20 and the chair's prior announcement. further proceedings on this motion will be postponed. for what purpose does the gentleman from washington rise? mr.

Brian Baird

0:19:42 to 0:19:51( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: baird: i november suspend the rules and pass h.r. 250. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 2850, a bill to provide for the implementation of

Brian Baird

0:19:51 to 0:20:06( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: a green chemistry research and development program and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from washington, mr. baird, and the gentleman from texas, mr. hall, will each

Brian Baird

0:20:06 to 0:20:22( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from washington. mr. baird: i ask that all members have five legislative days to revise their remarks and include extraneous materials on

Brian Baird

0:20:22 to 0:20:40( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: the bill under consideration, h.r. 2850. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. baird: i risein support of h.r. 2850. chemical manufacturing produces great wonders, but can result in harm due

Brian Baird

0:20:40 to 0:20:52( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: to the use of the generation of hazardous byproducts. the goal is to minimize or eliminate the harm by using safer materials. besides protecting human health and the environment, it can offer

Brian Baird

0:20:52 to 0:21:08( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: economic advantages and improvements to worker safety, public safety, and national security. the bill before us today, h.r. 2850, the green chemistry and research development act, will

Brian Baird

0:21:08 to 0:21:20( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: enhance green chemistry at e.p.a., d.o.e. this legislation will provide grants to individual researchers, spur university industry partnerships, and train students in green chemistry science. h.r.

Brian Baird

0:21:20 to 0:21:35( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: 2850 is the third it ration of a bill that congressman gingrey has introduced in three separate congresses. i want to applaud the gentleman from georgia for his steadfast leadership on this.

Brian Baird

0:21:35 to 0:21:47( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: under chairman bull ard's leadership -- bullard's leadership, these amendments make up section of h.r. 28506789 this is a product of good bipartisan cooperation and has the support of our chairman

Brian Baird

0:21:47 to 0:22:02( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: mr. gordon of tennessee. h.r. 2850 is a good first step and i would urge my colleagues to the support this legislation and would reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the

Brian Baird

0:22:02 to 0:22:16( Edit History Discussion )

Brian Baird: gentleman from texas. mr. hall: i yield myself such time as i shall take and leave most of it for dr. gingrey. the green chemistry research and development act of 2007, offered by my good

Ralph M. Hall

0:22:16 to 0:22:29( Edit History Discussion )

Ralph M. Hall: friend, dr. gingrey, will further research and development of chemical products and processes so as to reduce the use of hazardous substances. advances in these areas can reduce the substances that

Ralph M. Hall

0:22:16 to 0:23:21( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ralph M. Hall

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