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House Proceeding on Dec 6th, 2006 :: 3:44:11 to 3:46:44
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John Sullivan

3:41:33 to 3:44:11( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Sullivan

John Sullivan

3:43:58 to 3:44:11( Edit History Discussion )

John Sullivan: the suspension. the clerk: december is nation of the post office in actualsa, oak as the dewey post office the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from ohio, mr. latourette and the gentleman

Steven C. LaTourette

3:44:11 to 3:44:22( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: from illinois, mr. davis will each have 20 minutes. mr. latourette: i yavepls. i ask that the members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks the speaker pro tempore: without

Steven C. LaTourette

3:44:11 to 3:46:44( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Steven C. LaTourette

Steven C. LaTourette

3:44:22 to 3:44:46( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: objection. mr. latourette: dewey bartlett began his life as a marine combat pilot during the second world war and was a rancher and business man in oklahoma and ultimately his interest in

Steven C. LaTourette

3:44:46 to 3:44:59( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: improving the state's economy that led him to seek political office. he was elected to the oklahoma state senate in 1962 and served as its governor. as governor, bartlett dedicated himself

Steven C. LaTourette

3:44:59 to 3:45:10( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: to bringing more jobs to the citizens of oklahoma and huge proponent of vocational education to give workers the skills they needed to succeed. in 1973, he became a united states senator, a post

Steven C. LaTourette

3:45:10 to 3:45:21( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: he maintained until 1979. in all, dewey bartlett devoted his life to public service. he was known for his strong work ethic and bipartisan approach and his commitment to fiscal responsibility

Steven C. LaTourette

3:45:21 to 3:45:32( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: and economic growth. after a battle with cancer, mr. bartlett passed away in the spring of 1979. i urge all members to join me in voting fors 1820 and reserve the balance of my time the

Steven C. LaTourette

3:45:32 to 3:46:04( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves his time. the the gentleman from i will know. mr. davis: mr. speaker, a member of the government reform committee, i'm pleased to join my colleague

Steven C. LaTourette

3:46:04 to 3:46:44( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: in consideration of s. 1820, a bill to designate the facility of the postal service located in tulsa, oklahoma as the dewey f. bartlett post office. s. 1820 sponsored by passed the senate

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