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House Proceeding on Sep 26th, 2008 :: 0:46:04 to 0:48:21
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Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:45:51 to 0:46:04( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized for two minutes. ms. berkley: i thamsnk the gentleman for yielding and for his leadership on this important -- these important issues. madam speaker, i rise

Shelley Berkley

0:46:04 to 0:46:15( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: in support of this bill to provide incentives for clean renewable domestic energy production to improve our energy security, and to extend provisions that provide vital tax relief to parents,

Shelley Berkley

0:46:04 to 0:48:21( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Shelley Berkley

Shelley Berkley

0:46:15 to 0:46:28( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: teachers, college students, small businesses, and millions of other middlclass americans. the energy provisions in this bill will allow my home state of nevada to become an even stronger

Shelley Berkley

0:46:28 to 0:46:41( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: leader in the field of renewable energy. in a state that has a renewable energy standard and sunshine almost every day of the year, our entrepreneurs are anxious to secure the eight years of

Shelley Berkley

0:46:41 to 0:46:54( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: solar energy tax credits contained in this bill. while our public utilities will finally be able to claim that credit as well. and instead of capping solar tax credits at $2,000 for residential

Shelley Berkley

0:46:54 to 0:47:07( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: property owners, this bill will allow homeowners to recoup 30% of their solar energy installation costs as a tax credit. solar is just one renewable energy source in this bill. there's also

Shelley Berkley

0:47:07 to 0:47:19( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: tax credits for wind, geothermal, and bioma. the time is long past due for these important tax credits to be extended. this legislation also renews a number of expired individual and business

Shelley Berkley

0:47:19 to 0:47:32( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: tax credits and will ensure that the residentsid of nevada and other states that do not pay a state income tax are treated fairly and allowed to deduct state and local sales taxes instead. it's

Shelley Berkley

0:47:32 to 0:47:40( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: a lso important to note that the tax relief in this bill is fully paid for and will not add a single dollar to the national debt. now that's good fiscal policy. i urge support for this bill and

Shelley Berkley

0:47:40 to 0:47:55( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: i urge the senate and the president to do their part to enact this important legislation. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back. the gentleman

Shelley Berkley

0:47:55 to 0:48:05( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: from michigan is recognized. mr. camp: at this time, madam speaker, i yield two minutes to the distinguished gentleman from oregon. . the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from oregon is recognized

Shelley Berkley

0:48:05 to 0:48:21( Edit History Discussion )

Shelley Berkley: for two minutes. mr. walden: i want to make a couple of other points because i would have legislation that on would not only pay for a 10-year extension of these tax extenders but do much

Greg Walden

0:48:21 to 0:48:33( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: more, including fully fund county payments and fully fund payment in lieu of taxes by developing america's great energy reserves and using the royalties and fees from the act to actually pay

Greg Walden

0:48:21 to 0:50:36( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Greg Walden

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