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House Proceeding 11-07-09 on Nov 7th, 2009 :: 1:57:15 to 1:58:45
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Henry A. Waxman

1:57:11 to 1:57:31( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: only from the leadership, that veterans would be taken care of in this bill. my amendments were den night in the rules committee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. mr. buyer: how do you deny veterans their choice in this bill? shame on you. the speaker pro tempore: the

Henry A. Waxman

1:57:15 to 1:58:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Henry A. Waxman

Henry A. Waxman

1:57:48 to 1:58:09( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: gentleman's time has expired. the chair would again remind all pe they are guests of the house and any manifestation of approval or disapproval of proceedings or other audible conversation is in violation of the rules of the house and we ask them to respect those rules. mr. waxman: i just want to set the record state, we allow them the speaker pro tempore: how much time is the gentleman

Henry A. Waxman

1:58:10 to 1:58:30( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: yielding? mr. waxman: i yield myse one minute. t gentleman is recognized. mr. waxman: we allow them to keep their benefits. ey may if they choose to go into exchanges but if they don't they keep their benefits. and i'd like to yield to the balance -- >> will the gentleman yield? mr. waxman: up to a minute to the gentleman from iowa, mr. braley, a member of the energy and commerce committee.

Henry A. Waxman

1:58:31 to 1:58:50( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california -- the gentleman from california s the time. . the gentleman does not have the time. the gentleman from california has the time. the gentleman is asked to

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