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House Proceeding on Sep 26th, 2007 :: 1:05:56 to 1:07:49
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Lynn C. Woolsey

1:03:10 to 1:05:56( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lynn C. Woolsey

Lynn C. Woolsey

1:05:48 to 1:05:56( Edit History Discussion )

Lynn C. Woolsey: chairman: the gentleman from south carolina has two minutes remaining. the gentleman from california has 2 1/2 minutes remaining. mr. wilson: mr. speaker, i yield such time as he may consume to the

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:05:56 to 1:06:08( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: gentleman from california, the distinguished ranking committee member, mr. mckeon. the chairman: the gentleman from california is recognized for as much time as he may consume. mr. mckeo thank

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:05:56 to 1:07:49( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Howard P. Buck McKeon

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:06:08 to 1:06:28( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: you, mr. speaker. i thank the gentleman for yielding and for his work on this amendment. we are kind of facing a dilemma. i think both of us, both sides, want to protect workers. however

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:06:28 to 1:06:43( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: we want to make sure that they are protected by sound science. this amendment immediately starts the 90-day rule whichh would protect people from diacetyl. those working on popcorn or other

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:06:43 to 1:06:56( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: products. and then it requires within the two years they have the final rule based on sound science. i think that this amendment would solve the dilemma to make sure that if diacetyl isn't the

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:06:56 to 1:07:09( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: only cause we have the time to find the science to make sure that the protect -- the workers really are protected. we may find that diacetyl and diacetyl alone are the cause, but if not, and

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:07:09 to 1:07:22( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: we have moved forward just on diacetyl, these workers will think they are protected and in the long run they will not be. this is why we are really concerned. we move quickly to provide the

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:07:22 to 1:07:33( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: 90-day rule, but then allow the time within the two years to base the final ruling on sound science. for that reason i ask that we support the gentleman's amendment that would fix this

Howard P. Buck McKeon

1:07:33 to 1:07:49( Edit History Discussion )

Howard P. Buck McKeon: bill. and i yield back the balance of my time. the chairman: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from california controls 2 1/2 minutes remaining. mr. miller:

George Miller

1:07:49 to 1:08:01( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: the gentleman has the right to close? the chairman: the gentleman yielded back. pardon me, the gentleman has -- the gentleman from south carolina has 30 seconds remaining. the parliamentarian

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