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House Proceeding on Sep 25th, 2008 :: 0:48:15 to 0:51:59
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Patrick Murphy

0:43:22 to 0:48:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Patrick Murphy

Patrick Murphy

0:47:55 to 0:48:15( Edit History Discussion )

Patrick Murphy: to ignore how we could be boosting our economy and change it from the largest bust in our history to largest boom in our economy. that's what we can do. and that's what i still hold out some small

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:48:15 to 0:48:24( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: ray of hope that r nation can do. with that, i yield back my time. . the speaker pro tempore: mr. moran. mr. kagen. mr. burton. mr. defazio. mr. holt. mr. smith. mr. sherman. for what purpose

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:48:15 to 0:51:59( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Frank Jr.Pallone

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:48:24 to 0:48:37( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: does the gentleman from new jersey rise? mr. pallone: to address the house, mr. speaker, for five minutes. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. pallone: thank you, mr. speaker. this evening

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:48:37 to 0:48:51( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: i rise to encourage my fellow members of congress to support the u.s.-india civil nuclear deal. recently the 45 nations of the nuclear suppliers group waived the ban on nuclear trade with

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:48:51 to 0:49:02( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: india. this paved the way for congresson to act swiftly to pass the u.s.-india nuclear deal into law. this agreement will reduce pressure o n energy markets, benefit both nations' economies,

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:49:02 to 0:49:15( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: and the strategy global partnership. it will bring positive benefits to both the united stat and india. it will permit both countries to engage in shared civil nuclear research and development and

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:49:15 to 0:49:24( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: commercial trade of technology and fuel while guaranteeing safeguards on all civguil nuclear material. mr. speaker, completion of thioms agreement will represent an important milestone in

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:49:24 to 0:49:35( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: accelerating commercial and cultural ties between the american people and the people of india, but obstacles remain. we must work with the administration to ensure the agreement comes up

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:49:35 to 0:49:48( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: for ame final vote this year before congress adjourns. the united states has a significant strategy partnership with india, and this civilian nuclear cooperation agreement is a critical component

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:49:48 to 0:49:59( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: to building on that successful partnership. the agreement strengthens energyne security for the united states and india by die first filing the energy markets and creating greater energy supply,

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:49:59 to 0:50:12( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: the civil nuclear agreement promotes the development of stable and efficient energy markets in india. expansion of u.s.-india civil nuclear cooperation should over time lessen india's dependence

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:50:12 to 0:50:24( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: on imported hydrocarbons, including those from iran. the nuclear agreement will alsoo bolster both nations' economies. for the united states the agreement opens up a major new market for technology

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:50:24 to 0:50:35( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: exports and investment that is currently off limits. and it brings india into the global nuclear nonproliferation regime as a fully invested partner. india isdi committed too preventing proliferation

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:50:35 to 0:50:47( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: from its civilian nuclear program and protecting against diversion of nuclear materials and technteologies. finally, the civil nuclear agreement will provide the foundation of a promising u.s.-india

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:50:47 to 0:51:00( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: alliance that willnc serve as a defense against terrorism and nuclear proliferation. the u.s. has an important stake in ensuring regional stability in south asia, even as pakistan continues

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:51:00 to 0:51:08( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: to produce and test nuclear weapons withouter proper safeguards. with uncertainty in pakistan and the continuing influence of al qaeda on the after fer afghanistan and -- on the afghanistan

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:51:08 to 0:51:19( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: and pakistan point of order a quorum is not presenter, it is essential india rema in our strategic ally. 15 years ago i formed the congressional caucus on india and indian americans in order

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:51:19 to 0:51:31( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: to work for a stronger bilateral relationship between the united states and india. today the world's twoth largest democracies have established a remarkable strategic partnership that can only

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:51:31 to 0:51:46( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: be strengthened by civil nuclear cooperation. mr. speaker, we should do all we can to see that the u.s. civil nuclear agreement receives final approval in washington so that the world can begin to benef

Frank Jr.Pallone

0:51:46 to 0:51:59( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Jr.Pallone: bit from its implementation and we can embark on a new era of u.s.-india relations. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. under the speaker's announced policy of january 18,

Jo Bonner

0:51:59 to 0:52:09( Edit History Discussion )

Jo Bonner: 2007,, the gentleman from alabama, mr. bonner, is recognized for 60 minutes as the designee of the minority leader. mr. bonner: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have

Jo Bonner

0:51:59 to 0:57:36( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jo Bonner

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