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House Proceeding 11-13-07 on Nov 13th, 2007 :: 1:30:20 to 1:36:22
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Lois Capps

1:30:20 to 1:30:36( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: mentioned, often times that cost for doing so would fall on our servicemen and women. so there really is no point to this change that was mandated and we can easily fix that today. mr. speaker,

Lois Capps

1:30:20 to 1:36:22( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lois Capps

Lois Capps

1:30:36 to 1:30:51( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: the language of this bill exempts solely those $1 vending machines from the requirement to dispense $1 coins. i urge all members to support this. i commend my colleague from georgia for bringing

Lois Capps

1:30:51 to 1:31:03( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: this to the house floor and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from georgia. mr. scott: i thank my

Lois Capps

1:31:03 to 1:31:43( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: colleague from georgia with his excellent statement. mr. speaker, i have no other speakers and i urge immediate passage of the this bill and transmital to the senate. mr. price: i once again

Lois Capps

1:32:59 to 1:33:02( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: commend my colleague and yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from georgia. mr. scott: i move this bill

Lois Capps

1:33:02 to 1:33:05( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: out and ask for the yeas and nays. the speaker pro tempore: the question is, will the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 3703? those in favor say aye. those opposed no. in the opinion

Lois Capps

1:33:05 to 1:33:08( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: of the chair, 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative, for other purposes the gentleman from georgia rise? mr. scott: mr. speaker, i would like to take my request for the yeas and

Lois Capps

1:33:08 to 1:33:12( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: nays back. there will be no necessary for the yeas and nays. the speaker pro tempore: 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative the rules are suspended. the bill is passed and

Lois Capps

1:33:12 to 1:33:15( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: without objection the motion to reconsider is laid on the table. the speaker pro tempore: for other purposes the gentleman from california rise? i move that the house suspend the rule l rules

Lois Capps

1:33:15 to 1:33:18( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: and gray toe house resolution 335 as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the resolution. the clerk: hose russ lesion 335. resolution expressing the sense of the house

Lois Capps

1:33:18 to 1:33:21( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: of representatives that the president is should declare lung cans ar public health priority and should implement a comprehensive interagency program to reduce the lung cancer mortality rate

Lois Capps

1:33:21 to 1:33:25( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: by at least 50% by 2015. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant of the rule t gentlelady from california, mrs. capps, and the gentleman from michigan, mr. upton, each will control 20 minutes. the chair

Lois Capps

1:33:25 to 1:33:40( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: recognizes the gentlelady from california. mrs. capps: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous

Lois Capps

1:33:40 to 1:34:01( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: material on the resolution now under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mrs. capps: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady

Lois Capps

1:34:01 to 1:34:18( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: is recognized. mrs. capps: i rise in strong support of house resolution 335 and i'd like to thank the lead co-sponsors of this resolution, my colleagues. i also wish to strongly commend

Lois Capps

1:34:18 to 1:34:42( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: the lung cancer alliance and other organizations that have supported thisesolution. i'm so pleased we could pass this resolution during lung cans -- lung cancer awareness month. house resolution 335

Lois Capps

1:34:42 to 1:34:58( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: calls on the president to declare lung cancer a public health priority and enurages a greater investment in lung cancer research. this could not come at a more important time. we have just seen

Lois Capps

1:34:58 to 1:35:12( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: newly released statistics which show that while overall cancer mortality rates are dropping more quickl than ever, lung cancer mortality rates in women are actually increasing. as our nation is committed

Lois Capps

1:35:12 to 1:35:25( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: to working toward the goal of eliminating all cancer deaths by 2015, the statistics for lung cancer are extremely disappointing. mr. speaker, lung canser is the number one cancer killer of both

Lois Capps

1:35:25 to 1:35:37( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: men and women, yet we are perhaps making the least amount of progress in effectively treating it. we simply must put greater investment into prevention and early diagnosis of lung cancer. this is the

Lois Capps

1:35:37 to 1:35:52( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: only way to improve outcomes. one of the most effective ways to reduce luns cancer incidents is, of course, smoking cessation. i'm proud of the remarkable achievements of our nation which has

Lois Capps

1:35:52 to 1:36:04( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: made to encourage smokers to quit and better yet, to teach people never to begin at all. disappointingly, some of america's leading women's magazines don't share that goal. as many of you have heard

Lois Capps

1:36:04 to 1:36:22( Edit History Discussion )

Lois Capps: and seen, the continued running ades for cigarettes like camel number nine which are clearly targeted at young women. after years of steady decline, smoking rates have remained stagnant from

Fred Upton

1:36:22 to 1:36:38( Edit History Discussion )

Fred Upton: 2004 to 2006. launching an aggressive marketing campaign targeting young people is a terrible step backward in our national efforts to reduce smoking. i hope this resolution today will reenfours

Fred Upton

1:36:22 to 1:37:34( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Fred Upton

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