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House Proceeding on Dec 11th, 2009 :: 0:46:40 to 0:47:50
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Barney Frank

0:46:37 to 0:46:58( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: work i reserve the balance of my time. the chair: the gentleman reserves. carolina. mr. watt: i yield one minute to the chair of the committee. the chair: the gentleman from massachusetts is recognized. mr. frank: i'm very appreciate whyive of two of the most constructive members of the committee, the gentleman from north carolina, the gentleman from california have been working together on this.

Barney Frank

0:46:40 to 0:47:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Barney Frank

Barney Frank

0:46:59 to 0:47:20( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: we have a mix here of policy difference, but then also some technical questions. clearly there was a difference on whether or not auto dealers should get certain kind of exemption. the majority of the committee felt the auto dealer situation was such, i would think probably particularly because of the stresses they unfairly have

Barney Frank

0:47:21 to 0:47:41( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: by the chaos of the auto industry, they did deserve something. one such question was resolv of. i was in the minority on that. there was technical issues about how to work it out. i'm very pleased two of more thoughtful members are continuing to collaboration on this. the manager's amendment had some improvement in the situation that was mutually agreed to.

Barney Frank

0:47:42 to 0:47:50( Edit History Discussion )

Barney Frank: there is room, i believe, for further conversation and refinement. so i want to express first apprecate. secondly, my willingness to the extent my role as chair of the

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