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House Proceeding 11-19-09 on Nov 19th, 2009 :: 0:49:35 to 0:51:40
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Doc Hastings

0:49:32 to 0:49:52( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: the rest of his colleagues would think it has merit, too. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from washington. mr. hastings: may i inquire how much time is on both sides? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from washington has siminutes remaining. the gentleman from arizona has 9 1/2 minutes remaining. mr. hastings: could i inquire of my friend from arizona if he

Doc Hastings

0:49:35 to 0:51:40( Edit History Discussion )
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Doc Hastings

0:49:53 to 0:50:16( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: has any more speakers on his side? mr. grijalva: we have one. mr. hastings: the gentleman mr. grijalva: yes. mr. hastings: with that, mr. speaker, i yield myself the balance of the time. the spker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. hastings: i appreciate my friend from oregon, mr. walden, making this -- making his statement because this is

Doc Hastings

0:50:17 to 0:50:39( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: a very, very small part of the co surrounng our national forestlands. i thought put it very much into perspective. i, too, in my state in the last several years have suffered from a numberf forest fires. and it gets very, very frustrating that after the fire

Doc Hastings

0:50:40 to 0:51:02( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: is put out that the potential harvestable left over there is subject to litigation and you can never harvest it which simply means that those -- that timber becomes fuel for the next fire. and yet that is our national -- our policy. how that relates to

Doc Hastings

0:51:03 to 0:51:25( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: is that the my part, and i acknowledged that it is a very small portion, it's only 400 acres, but we are forever taking those 400 acres out commerce activity. and it just seems this is one part of it that we

Doc Hastings

0:51:26 to 0:51:41( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: ought to be at least working with because it's symptomatic of the larger issue of timber management in this country as so eloquently stated by the gentleman from oregon, mr. walden.

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