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House Proceeding on Sep 26th, 2008 :: 0:25:02 to 0:26:05
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Dave Camp

0:16:38 to 0:25:02( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dave Camp

Dave Camp

0:24:54 to 0:25:02( Edit History Discussion )

Dave Camp: the ways and means committee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from new york is recognized for one minute. mr. rangel: we don't have a lot of speakers, so that's why i asked you to yield.

Charles B. Rangel

0:25:02 to 0:25:18( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: assuming that the majority was persuaded by the eloquence of the gentleman from michigan, and we wanted to embrace the bill that 60 members in the other house had. and assuming further that

Charles B. Rangel

0:25:02 to 0:26:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Charles B. Rangel

Charles B. Rangel

0:25:18 to 0:25:32( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: we wanted to help the rural schools, which is in that bill, thgentleman knows we can't react on bills that have passed over there until they send it over here. so we shouldn't allow the other

Charles B. Rangel

0:25:32 to 0:25:44( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: house to interfere with the process that we have. we don't need a whole lot of harmony. we have different constituents and different policies. and it's ok to say that their way or the highway and

Charles B. Rangel

0:25:44 to 0:25:55( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: the majority may say that's where they want to go, but even if we yield to that, if we say that 60 votes over there are far more important than 435 votes over here, how could we possibly

Charles B. Rangel

0:25:55 to 0:26:05( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: do anything until they send it over here? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. neal: madam speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore:

Richard E. Neal

0:26:05 to 0:26:18( Edit History Discussion )

Richard E. Neal: the gentleman from massachusetts is recognized. mr. neal: madam speaker, the provisions of h.r. 7060, the renewable energy and job en creation tax act of 2008 extends generally for two years

Richard E. Neal

0:26:05 to 0:28:12( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Richard E. Neal

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