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House Proceeding 12-03-09 on Dec 3rd, 2009 :: 2:16:30 to 2:18:45
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Greg Walden

2:16:29 to 2:16:49( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: he said the town has paper clips to save money. he couldn't explain the police report and the town's police chief unlike the mayor didn't return telephone calls seeking comments. so, again, we included as we find out not only how we can help assist the

Greg Walden

2:16:30 to 2:18:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Greg Walden

Greg Walden

2:16:50 to 2:17:12( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: economy recover, creating jobs, but we need to do what the mayor, mayor festa is doing in paper clips rather than buying a bunch of new paper clips. mr. walden: and then ask lesko where the free money went. how about this one, west

Greg Walden

2:17:13 to 2:17:34( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: virginia requested $380,350 from the so-called to hire two state coordinators and an assistant to encourage private landowners to grow she tacky mushrooms? i don't have -- shitacki mushrooms?

Greg Walden

2:17:35 to 2:17:55( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: don't have a problem with that. they hope to contact -- are you ready? 160 that works out to $2,377 per contact to reach out to 160 farmers, forest landowners and say, heyyou guys want to grow these out there under the trees?

Greg Walden

2:17:56 to 2:18:16( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: i mean, this is your federal tax money. $380,350 for west virginia to go -- i mean, i all the paving that goes on there -- anyway, we won't go there. mr. latourette: maybe they don't have phones in west virginia and they can't call. mr. walden: can't call. send them a letter. mr. latourette: no. mr. walden: come on.

Greg Walden

2:18:17 to 2:18:41( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: $380,000. $4 million for a new bike path trail in massachusetts so people can get to the north hampton taco bell. you think i'm making this stuff up. so there is a new slogan, bike to the border. if you like bike to the border. we know th are going to make

Greg Walden

2:18:42 to 2:18:47( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: it a crime to eat a burrito and ride a bike. forget the cheese if it's not

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