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House Proceeding 11-03-09 on Nov 3rd, 2009 :: 1:19:25 to 1:23:50
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Virginia Foxx

1:19:25 to 1:19:48( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: trustees and president vitale dedication to educating our next generation of world leaders at a marvelous university. thank you, mr. speaker, i yield back the remainder of my time. the speaker o tempore: the je the gentlewoman from north carolina, for what purpose do you rise?

Virginia Foxx

1:19:25 to 1:23:50( Edit History Discussion )
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Virginia Foxx

1:19:49 to 1:20:10( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: ms. foxx: mr. speaker, those paying attention to congress this fall will know that we've been talking about health care. what we have introduced last week was h.r. 3962 which i call a tax increase bill masquerading as a health care bill. i want to outline some of the

Virginia Foxx

1:20:11 to 1:20:34( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: tax increases that are included in h.r. 3962 to back up my comments. number one, small business surtax, section 551, page 336, $460.5 billion. number two, employer mandate

Virginia Foxx

1:20:35 to 1:20:56( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: tax, sections 511 to 512, page 308, $135 billion. this violates president obama's pledge to avoid tax increases on americans earning less than $250,000. three, individual mandate tax, section 501, page 296, $33 billion, also a violates -- also violates president obama's pledge.

Virginia Foxx

1:20:57 to 1:21:17( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: medical device tax, section 552, page 339, $20 billion. again, violates president obama's pledge to avoid tax increases on americans earning less than $250,000. five, 2,500 annual cap on

Virginia Foxx

1:21:18 to 1:21:38( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: f.s.a.'s, section 532, page 325, $13.3 billion, violates president obama's pledge. six, prohibition on pretax purchases of over-the-counter drugs through h.s.a.'s, f.s.a.'s and h.r.a.'s, section 531, page 324, $5 billion. another violation. seven, tax on health insurance

Virginia Foxx

1:21:39 to 1:22:00( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: policies to fund comparative effectiveness research trust fund, section 1802, page 1162, $2 billion. violates the pledge. 20% penalty on certain h.s.a. distributions, section 533, page 326, $1.3 billion. and then there's a list of other

Virginia Foxx

1:22:01 to 1:22:22( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: tax hikes and increased compliance costs on job creators, $56.4 billion. i.r.s. reporting on payments, delay implementation of worldwide interest allocation rules, override u.s. treaties on certain payments by insourcing businesses, codify economic

Virginia Foxx

1:22:23 to 1:22:45( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: substance doctrine and imposed penalties. all of these are referenced by the section number and the page number so the american people don't have to rely on what we're saying. there's one other revenue raise prague vision for $3 billion. the total tax increases in the

Virginia Foxx

1:22:46 to 1:23:07( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: bill, $729.5 billion. this information came from the joint committee on taxation congressional budget office. mr. speaker, what we need is reform in our health care system. republans have offered commonsense reform. those commonsense reform items are not being allowed to be

Virginia Foxx

1:23:08 to 1:23:28( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: heard, they were voted down in committee over and over and over again by the democrat majorit this is not what the american people want. they want to see reform in health care, not increased taxes and a job-killing bill that will do very challenges dealing with health

Virginia Foxx

1:23:29 to 1:23:50( Edit History Discussion )

Virginia Foxx: care reform. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back the balance of her time. mrs. emerson of missouri. ms. fallin of oklahoma. ms. granger of texas. ms. jenkins of kansas. mrs. mcmorris rodgers.

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