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House Proceeding 10-02-07 on Oct 2nd, 2007 :: 3:14:46 to 3:17:07
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3:14:34 to 3:14:46( Edit History Discussion )

rise? >> i move to passas h.r. 3571. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: a bill to amend the congressional accountability act of 1995 to permit

Robert A. Brady

3:14:46 to 3:14:56( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: individuals who have served as employees of the office as compliance to serve as executive director, deputy executive director, or he general counsel of the office, and to per mit individuals

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Speech By: Robert A. Brady

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3:14:56 to 3:15:06( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: appointed to such positions to serve one additional term. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. brady, and the gentleman from california, mr.

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3:15:06 to 3:15:18( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: mccarthy will each control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from pennsylvania. >> i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days in which to revise and

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3:15:18 to 3:15:34( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: extend their remarks and include extraneous material on h.r. 3571. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. >> i yield myself such time as i may consume. the office of compliance is an independent

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3:15:34 to 3:15:48( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: agency tasked by congress to oversee the congressional accountability act. which provides legislative branch employees with workplace protections. be responsive for the oversight of health care, labor,

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3:15:48 to 3:16:02( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: and civil rights laws that requires a well-seasoned and experienced staff. unfortunately when the congressional indicate ability act was signed into law in 1995, the law barred the office of

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3:16:02 to 3:16:14( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: compliance from promoting from within. this impacts the effectiveness of the office by preventing them on building on an expertise gained bay certain personnel. it will lift the ban of foreign

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3:16:14 to 3:16:29( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: branch employees within four years to the office of compliance and allowing for the reappointment for executive staff for one additional term. congress passed the legislation during the 108th

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3:16:29 to 3:16:39( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: and 1 ot 9th congress, both pieces of legislation, h.r. 5122 and h.r. 3071 were not controversial and passed both chambers unanimously. let us continue to ovide the office of compliance

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3:16:39 to 3:16:57( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: with the tools needed to carry out their mandate of ensuring that all of our workers' rights are protected. mr. speaker, i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman

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3:16:57 to 3:17:07( Edit History Discussion )

Robert A. Brady: reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from california. . mr. maccarthy: i rise in support of h.r. 3571. the office of compliance provides an important function in the legislative

Kevin McCarthy

3:17:07 to 3:17:16( Edit History Discussion )

Kevin McCarthy: branch. it is charged with administering and enforcing the congressional accountability act. the act, one of the first considered and passed by the 104th congress with the new republican congressional

Kevin McCarthy

3:17:07 to 3:18:28( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Kevin McCarthy

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