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House Proceeding on Oct 10th, 2007 :: 0:23:59 to 0:25:14
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Steven Kagen

0:22:51 to 0:23:59( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Steven Kagen

Steven Kagen

0:23:48 to 0:23:59( Edit History Discussion )

Steven Kagen: does the gentleman from florida rise? in stearns: to address the house for one minute and revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized. mr. stearns: according

Cliff Stearns

0:23:59 to 0:24:11( Edit History Discussion )

Cliff Stearns: to the energy information agency, the united nations currently exports 60% of its oil and that number is expected to rise to 75% in the next coming decades. we need to reduce our dependency

Cliff Stearns

0:23:59 to 0:25:14( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Cliff Stearns

Cliff Stearns

0:24:11 to 0:24:27( Edit History Discussion )

Cliff Stearns: on foreign fuel sources and start implementing alternative energy sources that can be found domestically here in the united states. imported fuels such as crude oil and natural gas are costing the

Cliff Stearns

0:24:27 to 0:24:41( Edit History Discussion )

Cliff Stearns: country billions of dollars a year, accounting for 1-third of the united states trade deaf -- 1/leaf the united states trade deficit. liquid coal fuel is a dirblee alternative to the 60

Cliff Stearns

0:24:41 to 0:24:54( Edit History Discussion )

Cliff Stearns: -- desirable alternative to the $60 barrel or more barrel of oil that we're paying per day. coal is one of the most abundant natural resources in the united states. as congress continues to explore

Cliff Stearns

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

Cliff Stearns: the use of alternative energy sources, we need to look closely at the enormous benefits of coal to liquid technology. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back his time. for what purpose

Cliff Stearns

0:25:02 to 0:25:14( Edit History Discussion )

Cliff Stearns: does the gentleman from new york rise? >> to address the house for one minute. revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman's recognized. mr. arcuri:

Michael Arcuri

0:25:14 to 0:25:28( Edit History Discussion )

Michael Arcuri: mr. speaker, over the last s even years, president bush has only vetoed four bills. the president's first two vetoes involve legislation that would expand federal funding of embryonic research that

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