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House Proceeding on Dec 12th, 2007 :: 1:47:12 to 1:49:35
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Michael Arcuri

1:45:57 to 1:47:12( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Michael Arcuri

Michael Arcuri

1:46:57 to 1:47:12( Edit History Discussion )

Michael Arcuri: minutes to the gentleman from wisconsin, the distinguished chairman of the appropriations committee and an absolute champion on this issue, mr. obey. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized.

Michael Arcuri

1:47:00 to 1:47:15( Edit History Discussion )

Michael Arcuri: minutes to the gentleman from wisconsin, the distinguished chairman of the appropriations committee and an absolute champion on this issue, mr. obey. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized.

Michael Arcuri

1:47:06 to 1:47:19( Edit History Discussion )

Michael Arcuri: mr. obey: madam speaker, i'd just like to respond briefly to ri some of these assertions made a few minutes ago under which the clinton administration was attacked for supposedly not correcting

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:12 to 1:47:25( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: mr. obey: madam speaker, i'd just like to respond briefly to ri some of these assertions made a few minutes ago under which the clinton administration was attacked for supposedly not correcting

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:12 to 1:49:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lloyd Doggett

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:15 to 1:47:28( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: mr. obey: madam speaker, i'd just like to respond briefly to ri some of these assertions made a few minutes ago under which the clinton administration was attacked for supposedly not correcting

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:19 to 1:47:38( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: the alternative minimum tax problem. i want to read from the administration's statement when the president vetoed the budget reconciliation bill, which contained the so-called a.m.t. fix.

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:25 to 1:47:44( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: the alternative minimum tax problem. i want to read from the administration's statement when the president vetoed the budget reconciliation bill, which contained the so-called a.m.t. fix.

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:28 to 1:47:47( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: the alternative minimum tax problem. i want to read from the administration's statement when the president vetoed the budget reconciliation bill, which contained the so-called a.m.t. fix.

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:38 to 1:47:51( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: the president -- the president pointed out at the time that in addition to supposedly dealing with the alternative minimum tax that that bill would have cut medicare by $270 billion, it

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:44 to 1:47:57( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: the president -- the president pointed out at the time that in addition to supposedly dealing with the alternative minimum tax that that bill would have cut medicare by $270 billion, it

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:47 to 1:48:00( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: the president -- the president pointed out at the time that in addition to supposedly dealing with the alternative minimum tax that that bill would have cut medicare by $270 billion, it

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:51 to 1:48:07( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: would have cut federal medicaid payments to states by $163 billion, it would have virtually eliminated the direct student loan program, it would have provided huge tax cuts, over 47% of the benefits

Lloyd Doggett

1:47:57 to 1:48:13( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: would have cut federal medicaid payments to states by $163 billion, it would have virtually eliminated the direct student loan program, it would have provided huge tax cuts, over 47% of the benefits

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:00 to 1:48:16( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: would have cut federal medicaid payments to states by $163 billion, it would have virtually eliminated the direct student loan program, it would have provided huge tax cuts, over 47% of the benefits

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:07 to 1:48:24( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: would have gone to the top 12% of earners in the country, and i think that's enough said. if you want to understand why the clinton administration vetoed the bill, it was not because they

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:13 to 1:48:30( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: would have gone to the top 12% of earners in the country, and i think that's enough said. if you want to understand why the clinton administration vetoed the bill, it was not because they

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:16 to 1:48:33( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: would have gone to the top 12% of earners in the country, and i think that's enough said. if you want to understand why the clinton administration vetoed the bill, it was not because they

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:24 to 1:48:41( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: were against an alternative minimum tax fix. in fact, the president specifically supported it in his comments. what he objected to was using the alternative minimum tax proposal as a trojan

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:30 to 1:48:47( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: were against an alternative minimum tax fix. in fact, the president specifically supported it in his comments. what he objected to was using the alternative minimum tax proposal as a trojan

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:33 to 1:48:50( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: were against an alternative minimum tax fix. in fact, the president specifically supported it in his comments. what he objected to was using the alternative minimum tax proposal as a trojan

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:41 to 1:48:57( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: horse to bring in huge gifts for the most well-off people in this society, paid for by huge tax -- i mean, by huge funding cuts by those in our society who was the most vulnerable. and the president

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:47 to 1:49:03( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: horse to bring in huge gifts for the most well-off people in this society, paid for by huge tax -- i mean, by huge funding cuts by those in our society who was the most vulnerable. and the president

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:50 to 1:49:06( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: horse to bring in huge gifts for the most well-off people in this society, paid for by huge tax -- i mean, by huge funding cuts by those in our society who was the most vulnerable. and the president

Lloyd Doggett

1:48:57 to 1:49:12( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: didn't apologize for his action at the time and we shouldn't either. it was the right thing to do. i yield ba ck the balance of myce time. the speaker pro tempe ore: the gentleman from

Lloyd Doggett

1:49:03 to 1:49:18( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: didn't apologize for his action at the time and we shouldn't either. it was the right thing to do. i yield ba ck the balance of myce time. the speaker pro tempe ore: the gentleman from

Lloyd Doggett

1:49:06 to 1:49:21( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: didn't apologize for his action at the time and we shouldn't either. it was the right thing to do. i yield ba ck the balance of myce time. the speaker pro tempe ore: the gentleman from

Lloyd Doggett

1:49:12 to 1:49:29( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: washington. mr. hastings: i yield myself two minutes, madam speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. hastings: madam speaker, i have a great deal of respect for the previous

Lloyd Doggett

1:49:18 to 1:49:35( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: washington. mr. hastings: i yield myself two minutes, madam speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. hastings: madam speaker, i have a great deal of respect for the previous

Lloyd Doggett

1:49:21 to 1:49:38( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: washington. mr. hastings: i yield myself two minutes, madam speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. hastings: madam speaker, i have a great deal of respect for the previous

Lloyd Doggett

1:49:29 to 1:49:48( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: speaker, the chairman of the appropriations committee. he has always been one that believes that this house ought to do their work and he's worked extraordinarily hard that this house works

Gabrielle Giffords

1:49:35 to 1:49:54( Edit History Discussion )

Gabrielle Giffords: speaker, the chairman of the appropriations committee. he has always been one that believes that this house ought to do their work and he's worked extraordinarily hard that this house works

Gabrielle Giffords

1:49:35 to 1:51:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Gabrielle Giffords

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