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House Proceeding 11-06-09 on Nov 6th, 2009 :: 4:14:55 to 4:16:35
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Kathy Castor

4:14:51 to 4:15:12( Edit History Discussion )

Kathy Castor: nation. so it wi nation on thank you. ms. castor: i thank my good thank you for yielding back and i thank my good friend from california. and i can't blame you for being -- after listening to some of

Kathy Castor

4:14:55 to 4:16:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Kathy Castor

Kathy Castor

4:15:13 to 4:15:34( Edit History Discussion )

Kathy Castor: the debate, having som consternation. here we are, we're poised to take this historic step on behalf of the american people that really is akin to what this great body has done in 1935 for social secury, again in 1965 for medicare. the vast majority of americans

Kathy Castor

4:15:35 to 4:15:55( Edit History Discussion )

Kathy Castor: would never think of turning back the clock to a time before we had those very important security, that stability for american families. but that doesn't mean they came easy. they didn't. and a lot of the arguments that re used then against social security and against medicare have been used over the past

Kathy Castor

4:15:56 to 4:16:16( Edit History Discussion )

Kathy Castor: year. but you just have to stand up, you have to stand up and speak out for the families, the seniors, the older americans that you represent and understand what this reform will mean to those families. finally giving them health insurance that is meaningful. one of my very good friends that

Kathy Castor

4:16:17 to 4:16:35( Edit History Discussion )

Kathy Castor: has been so involved in this debate for many years, i've had the privilege of serving with him on the energy and commerce committee in the health subcommittee and he's simply an outstanding voice on behalf of the families in connecticut.

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