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House Proceeding 11-19-09 on Nov 19th, 2009 :: 0:21:55 to 0:23:25
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Doc Hastings

0:21:51 to 0:22:13( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: if this is a bill brought forward by a member, a member who represents the state and more particularly represents the local district in which this wild and scenic river designation is to be had, that generally he votes in favor of these things. i would ask him politely to consider changing his viewpoint and voting for the bill since a

Doc Hastings

0:21:55 to 0:23:25( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Doc Hastings

Doc Hastings

0:22:14 to 0:22:35( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: member has done the work he has to do in the first place. . mr. hastings: i thank very much that the gentlemen would yield. i mentioned in my opening statement, i'm very sensitive to members of congress who projects or issues within their district to be able to do it. i just, as i mentioned in the committee and as i mentied here on the floor, i just havea

Doc Hastings

0:22:36 to 0:22:58( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: general problem with the wild and scenic designation. on that principle which i rise to oppose this. i do want a clarification because i spent some extensive time in my opening statement talking about your testimony in front of the subcommittee on this issue where you said very

Doc Hastings

0:22:59 to 0:23:21( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: specifically tha the timber matrix land and you wanted to work with the chairman and the ranking member, myself and mr. rahall, so there would be no net loss, meaning that you'd be open to a transfer of lands or whatever the case may be. we attempted to accommodate you with an amendment that we had that unfortunately was ruled nongermane and so we did

Doc Hastings

0:23:22 to 0:23:25( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: a chance to address that. the second chance we had at that was the rules committee where

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