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House Proceeding 10-02-07 on Oct 2nd, 2007 :: 0:23:50 to 0:25:12
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Jim McDermott

0:22:24 to 0:23:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jim McDermott

Jim McDermott

0:23:39 to 0:23:50( Edit History Discussion )

Jim McDermott: >> las t week democrats and republicans gathered to pgaass a bipartisan bill thpaat willi ensure that 10 million low-income - children have access to privas te health care

Keith Ellison

0:23:50 to 0:24:03( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: the bill would invest i$35 billion more over the next five years and the -- in the children's health insurance program. it's fully paid for. as this congress has vowed to pay as we go. despite

Keith Ellison

0:23:50 to 0:25:12( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Keith Ellison

Keith Ellison

0:24:03 to 0:24:17( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: receiving strong bipartisan here in congress, president is threatening to veto this legislation. he says the bill is simply too big. instead the president prosiposes $5 billion funding increase that

Keith Ellison

0:24:17 to 0:24:31( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: the nonparteisan c.b.o. concludes would force 80 -- 800,000 children to lose their health insur ance. talk about misplaced priorities. president bush didn't bat an eye when the pentagon said that it

Keith Ellison

0:24:31 to 0:24:40( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: needed as much as $200 billion, with a b, over the next year to continue the war in iraq. mr. speaker, president bush has no problem sending billions of dollars to iraq every day, but

Keith Ellison

0:24:40 to 0:24:55( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: doesn't seem inclined to support an investment in the children's health car e here in the u.s. talk about misplaced priority, mr. speaker, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's

Keith Ellison

0:24:55 to 0:25:12( Edit History Discussion )

Keith Ellison: time has expired. pursuant to 22 u.s.c. 1928 a clause 10 of rule 1 and the order of the house of january 4, 2007, the chair announces the speaker's appointment of the following member to the united

Al Green

0:25:12 to 0:25:27( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: states group of the nato parliamentarian assembly to fill in the existing vacancy thereon. pursuant to clause 8 of rule 20, the chair will postpone further proceedings today on motions to suspend

Al Green

0:25:12 to 0:37:09( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Al Green

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