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House Proceeding on Sep 7th, 2007 :: 1:06:23 to 1:09:05
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John Jr.Conyers

1:04:27 to 1:06:23( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Jr.Conyers

John Jr.Conyers

1:06:12 to 1:06:23( Edit History Discussion )

John Jr.Conyers: every amendment offered. in fact, many of the people speaking here today against the bill and against the rule didn't offer any amendments. whether you're on the committee or not, this is

Darrell E. Issa

1:06:23 to 1:06:34( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: your opportunity after nearly four years of this being an open process under leadership on both sides of the aisle, this is your opportunity if you have solutions. i urge the passage of this rule

Darrell E. Issa

1:06:23 to 1:09:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Darrell E. Issa

Darrell E. Issa

1:06:34 to 1:06:46( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: and the passage of the underlying bill because in fact it is the best work of the best thing that both sides of the aisle could produce in three years. now people are saying we don't

Darrell E. Issa

1:06:46 to 1:06:58( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: want to vote for it are saying we need more time. in fact the engine that drives the economic wealth of our country cannot afford for us to simply let the men and women in black robes continue

Darrell E. Issa

1:06:58 to 1:07:10( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: to try to patch a broken system as the supreme court has done. not moving in this congress and rapid pace could be another year, including the other body, not moving in this congress would force

Darrell E. Issa

1:07:10 to 1:07:21( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: the supreme court to deal with an out-of-date set of laws. we need to vote this bipartisan bill through a very positive rule, and then to final passage. i strongly recommend that people look

Darrell E. Issa

1:07:21 to 1:07:32( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: at the fact that amendments were accepted by both sides of the aisle. and as the chairman said, more were accepted by the republicans in addition to literally hundreds of suggestions being incorporated

Darrell E. Issa

1:07:32 to 1:07:45( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: into the manager's amendment. i move that we pass the rule, pass the underlying bill, continue a bipartisan process in a, of course, we'll always have somebody that is not benefited. in

Darrell E. Issa

1:07:45 to 1:07:56( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: fact you can't get this kind of support by people who normally don't work well together unless in fact this process has been full and fair as it has been. i yield back and thank the ranking

Darrell E. Issa

1:07:56 to 1:08:10( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: mg ember, the chairman for their bipartisan work. the speaker pro tempore: the pr gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from florida. mr. diaz-balart: thank you. ar i want to thank all

Darrell E. Issa

1:08:10 to 1:08:25( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: of ouro collea gues who have participated in this debate. i want to thank chairman conyers for his kind words. this obviously is very important legislation, and even though my very good friend,

Darrell E. Issa

1:08:25 to 1:08:40( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: mr. issa, just stated that most amendments have been made in order by the rules committee. that's not the case. five were made in order and nine were denied. and due to the importance of

Darrell E. Issa

1:08:40 to 1:08:53( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: this subject matter, because however we may feel on this subject matter, i think we all agree that it's critically important, it's a shame that -- i will yield very little time, quickly.

Darrell E. Issa

1:08:53 to 1:09:05( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: mr. berman: a number of the nine that were not made in order were incorporated at the request of the authors. mr. diaz-balart: reclaiming my time. mr. berman: into the manager's amendment.

Lincoln Diaz-Balart

1:09:05 to 1:09:20( Edit History Discussion )

Lincoln Diaz-Balart: mr. diaz-balart: reclaiming my time. a number of important amendments have not been made in order on legislation this important we think it should have been brought forth with an open rule. and

Lincoln Diaz-Balart

1:09:05 to 1:10:46( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lincoln Diaz-Balart

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