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House Proceeding 09-24-07 on Sep 24th, 2007 :: 1:25:11 to 1:28:58
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Danny K. Davis

1:21:27 to 1:25:11( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Danny K. Davis

Danny K. Davis

1:24:55 to 1:25:11( Edit History Discussion )

Danny K. Davis: that the majority has offered an amendment that i think improves this bill. and i support the amendment and would encourage others to support h.r. 1389, a bill honoring star-spangled banner and

Bob Goodlatte

1:25:11 to 1:25:21( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: war of 1812 bicentwaennial commission act. and i would urge passage. and with that i would yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: job. -- the gentlewoman yields back the balance

Bob Goodlatte

1:25:11 to 1:28:58( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bob Goodlatte

Bob Goodlatte

1:25:21 to 1:25:31( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: of her time. the gentleman from illinois. mr. davis: i want to commend the gentleman from maryland for introducing this legislation and for bringing to our attention the importance of the war of 1812,

Bob Goodlatte

1:25:31 to 1:25:45( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: the importance of our star-spangled banner. and i also take this opportunity to commend my elementary school teachers, especially a woman, ms. king, who taught in a one-room school, who was so

Bob Goodlatte

1:25:45 to 1:26:00( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: good that she could teach about the star-spangled banner, and you could feel shivers kind of going up and down your back. and i'm so pleased that i can still at times feel those and recognize

Bob Goodlatte

1:26:00 to 1:26:17( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: perhaps what francis scott key may have been thinking and what he may have been feeling when he looked up and saw that the flag was still standing. and so i thank the gentleman from maryland,

Bob Goodlatte

1:26:17 to 1:26:37( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: again, for introducing this legislation, urge its passage and yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. all time has been

Bob Goodlatte

1:26:37 to 1:26:48( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: yielded back. the question is will the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 1389 as amended. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 having responded in the affirmative,

Bob Goodlatte

1:26:48 to 1:27:07( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: the rules are suspended, the bill is passed, and without objection the motion to reconsider is laid upon the table. the gentleman from illinois. mr. davis: mr. speaker, i move that the house suspend

Bob Goodlatte

1:27:07 to 1:27:23( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: the rules and agree to h.r. 1664. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 1664, a bill to authorize grants for contributions toward the establishment

Bob Goodlatte

1:27:23 to 1:27:37( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: of the woodrow wilson presidential library. the speaker pro tempore: rsuant to the rule, the gentleman from illinois, mr. davis, and the gentlewoman from illinois, mrs. biggert, each will control

Bob Goodlatte

1:27:37 to 1:27:54( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from illinois. mr. davis: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks.

Bob Goodlatte

1:27:54 to 1:28:10( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. davis: now, mr. speaker, i would yield myself such time as i may consume. as a member of the house committee on oversight and government

Bob Goodlatte

1:28:10 to 1:28:23( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: reform, i'm pleased to join my colleague in the consideration of h.r. 1664, a bill to authorize grants for contributions toward the establishment of the woodrow wilson presidential library.

Bob Goodlatte

1:28:23 to 1:28:39( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: h.r. 1664 was introduced by representative bob goodlatte on march 23, 2007. this legislation was reported from the oversight committee on july 19, 2007, by voice vote. mr. speaker, as a statesman,

Bob Goodlatte

1:28:39 to 1:28:58( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: scholar and president, woodrow wilson faced an economic crisis and a world war while serving the country as commander in chief. historians believe that world war i and president wilson's leadership

Judy Biggert

1:28:58 to 1:29:15( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Biggert: radically altered the role of role of diplomacy as a foreign tool of policy, a policy that established a new path for america's role in promoting democracies throughout the world. his vision helped

Judy Biggert

1:28:58 to 1:30:02( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Judy Biggert

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