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House Proceeding 10-28-09 on Oct 28th, 2009 :: 0:01:50 to 0:03:30
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Virginia Foxx

0:01:46 to 0:02:07( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: most importantly a cure. mothers and sisters get tested. you can survive breast cancer. thank you very much. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentlelady from north carolina rise?

Virginia Foxx

0:01:50 to 0:03:30( Edit History Discussion )
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Virginia Foxx

0:02:08 to 0:02:28( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: ms. foxx: i ask permission to address the house for one minute, mr. speaker, but the house is not in order. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, and the gentlelady is correct. will members take their conversations off the floor? . ms. fo mr.

Virginia Foxx

0:02:29 to 0:02:50( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: speaker, some of the most harmful components of the democrats' proposed government takeover of health care are the heavy mandates and taxes placed on business. under the democrat bill, small businesses are required to offer government approved insurance or pay an 8% tax on their entire payroll.

Virginia Foxx

0:02:51 to 0:03:11( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: this is the most of other -- mother of all mandates. its effects will be wide ranging job losses and devastation to small businesses. small businesses cannot handle $800 billion in new taxes to pay for a government takeover of health care. small businesspeople are not going to take this lying down. groups like the chamber of

Virginia Foxx

0:03:12 to 0:03:31( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: commerce that understand the needs of business best have been working hard to illustrate just how harmful the democrat proposals will be to small businesses and communities across the country. mr. speaker, we need to tackle health care reform in a constructive way that does not

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