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House Proceeding 12-02-09 on Dec 2nd, 2009 :: 1:21:40 to 1:23:00
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Jim Matheson

1:21:36 to 1:21:56( Edit History Discussion )

Jim Matheson: mr. gordon: i don't think it would be the responsible thing to do for our country. o my friend from utah to clarify one of the earlier statements. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from utah is recognized. mr. mathison: thank you, mr. speaker. i just wand to comment made by the gentleman from florida about capacity in utah. it's interesting the company is telling people they have so much capacity.

Jim Matheson

1:21:40 to 1:23:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jim Matheson

Jim Matheson

1:21:57 to 1:22:18( Edit History Discussion )

Jim Matheson: they made a commitment to our governor they were not going to asker for any increase in the license capacity compared to what they've got now. it just so happened when they came to testify before the energy and commerce committee in the written testimony they included tables that assumed but the statef utah is not licensed that expansion. they made a commitment to our governor they weren't going to

Jim Matheson

1:22:19 to 1:22:41( Edit History Discussion )

Jim Matheson: apply for an increase in the size from the capacity that exists today. i'm not sure if they are talking both sides of their mouth now if they are telling the side they have plenty of capacity. i would put it on the record that that company is on record that they said they would not add any capacity to this -- make a license request to incr the capacity of the site. i yield back.

Jim Matheson

1:22:42 to 1:23:00( Edit History Discussion )

Jim Matheson: mr. gordon: the no compact, did take this th mr. mathison: compact, made some reference to in my earlier statement, voted against taking this waste. mr. gordon: what was the

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