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House Proceeding on Nov 19th, 2009 :: 1:18:35 to 1:20:25
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Doc Hastings

1:18:31 to 1:18:51( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: resources committee, we kind of had a rule. we didn't mess around in each other's i kind of liked that rule. >> will the gentleman yield? mr. defazio: we are messing ocal will and let's -- and let's not newfound sympathy for my constituents who have been hit so hard when you didn't lift a finger to help them when you ran everything.

Doc Hastings

1:18:35 to 1:20:25( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Doc Hastings

Doc Hastings

1:18:52 to 1:19:12( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: i would yield. mr. hastings: let me just reiterate his last point. i agree with that. i made that observation when we were in committee on this. i just have a problem with wild and scenic designations that i pointed out. i just wanted to correct a little bit because you and i worked they hard on the rural schools issue. i know my friend from

Doc Hastings

1:19:13 to 1:19:33( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: california heard me over an over on that. let's go back in history. it was a forest policy act that caused that to happen. it was a republican congress that put the rural school program in place. so finger pointing is going to not get us i know that when you took over the senate, for example, had

Doc Hastings

1:19:34 to 1:19:54( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: happened a rural school bill, something like 92-3, i forget the exact figure but it was overwhelming. and it was never taken up by your house leadership. it eventually got done. it does have a date and we are going to have to come back and revisit it. the point of all of this debate, the point of all of this debate result -- this is only a very

Doc Hastings

1:19:55 to 1:20:17( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: small acreage, but we ar going to forever, forever take it out of potential logging. that is what the issue is. that's what the issue is. and so i appreciate the gentleman yielding. i just wanted to clarify that particular point because he and i did work on that rural school problem along with our

Doc Hastings

1:20:18 to 1:20:26( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: colleague from oregon, mr. walden. he's very much involved with that. i appreciate the gentleman yielding. we'll have more discussion on

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