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House Proceeding 10-26-09 on Oct 26th, 2009 :: 0:06:55 to 0:08:05
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Don Young

0:06:46 to 0:07:07( Edit History Discussion )

Don Young: h.r. 2489 which will facilitate remote sensing outreach partnerships in all 50 states and territories. and i reserve the balance of my time. the speake gentlelady reserves the balance of her time. the gentleman from alaska. mr. young: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume on h.r. 2489. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized.

Don Young

0:06:55 to 0:08:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Don Young

Don Young

0:07:08 to 0:07:29( Edit History Discussion )

Don Young: mr. young: nationa land remote outreach act builds on a series of earmarks built on the united states geology survey. this original started out as a view and expanded to more than 35 states with hundreds of active member groups. this effort has been successful in increasing access to and uses our -- nation's earth observation satellite for

Don Young

0:07:30 to 0:07:50( Edit History Discussion )

Don Young: education, research, hazardous monitoring and natural resource management. this legislation will finally move this program from one fund through earmarks without any oversight from government to the authorized federal program which increased bibbletbbibblet oversight, and taxyer protections. the final legislation the house will consider includes a number of improvements.

Don Young

0:07:51 to 0:08:06( Edit History Discussion )

Don Young: specifically this bill place as cap on the annual authorization for this program. this bill also now has the sunset date and requires a cost share from partners who will work with the u.s. geology survey. these are responsible, necessary changes.

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