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House Proceeding on Dec 12th, 2007 :: 1:51:05 to 1:55:49
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Gabrielle Giffords

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

Gabrielle Giffords

1:50:42 to 1:51:05( Edit History Discussion )

Gabrielle Giffords: we are going down the same path. i appreciate the gentleman for acknowledging that the president -- president clinton did veto the permanent repeal of the a.m.t., which is simply the

Gabrielle Giffords

1:50:45 to 1:51:08( Edit History Discussion )

Gabrielle Giffords: we are going down the same path. i appreciate the gentleman for acknowledging that the president -- president clinton did veto the permanent repeal of the a.m.t., which is simply the

John S. Tanner

1:50:59 to 1:51:07( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: point that i made in the outset of my remarks. but i would just say, madam speaker, it seems to me we are going -- there will be a speech maybe later on this week, probably next week, about

John S. Tanner

1:51:05 to 1:51:13( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: point that i made in the outset of my remarks. but i would just say, madam speaker, it seems to me we are going -- there will be a speech maybe later on this week, probably next week, about

John S. Tanner

1:51:05 to 1:55:49( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John S. Tanner

John S. Tanner

1:51:07 to 1:51:20( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: everything put into one package. and maybe we should takey friend from wisconsin's remarks and just repeat them again, but history does repeatea itself. with that i will reserve my time. the speaker

John S. Tanner

1:51:08 to 1:51:16( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: point that i made in the outset of my remarks. but i would just say, madam speaker, it seems to me we are going -- there will be a speech maybe later on this week, probably next week, about

John S. Tanner

1:51:13 to 1:51:26( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: everything put into one package. and maybe we should takey friend from wisconsin's remarks and just repeat them again, but history does repeatea itself. with that i will reserve my time. the speaker

John S. Tanner

1:51:16 to 1:51:29( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: everything put into one package. and maybe we should takey friend from wisconsin's remarks and just repeat them again, but history does repeatea itself. with that i will reserve my time. the speaker

John S. Tanner

1:51:20 to 1:51:32( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from california. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i would like to inquire as to how much time either side has remaining. the

John S. Tanner

1:51:26 to 1:51:38( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from california. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i would like to inquire as to how much time either side has remaining. the

John S. Tanner

1:51:29 to 1:51:41( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman from california. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i would like to inquire as to how much time either side has remaining. the

John S. Tanner

1:51:32 to 1:51:47( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california has 12 1/2 minutes. the gentleman from washington has 13 minutes. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i'd like to yield one

John S. Tanner

1:51:38 to 1:51:53( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california has 12 1/2 minutes. the gentleman from washington has 13 minutes. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i'd like to yield one

John S. Tanner

1:51:41 to 1:51:56( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california has 12 1/2 minutes. the gentleman from washington has 13 minutes. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i'd like to yield one

John S. Tanner

1:51:47 to 1:52:02( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: minute to my friend, jeast connecticut, ms. rosa delauro. -- the gentlelady from connecticut, ms. rosa delauro. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. delauro: madam speaker,

John S. Tanner

1:51:53 to 1:52:08( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: minute to my friend, jeast connecticut, ms. rosa delauro. -- the gentlelady from connecticut, ms. rosa delauro. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. delauro: madam speaker,

John S. Tanner

1:51:56 to 1:52:11( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: minute to my friend, jeast connecticut, ms. rosa delauro. -- the gentlelady from connecticut, ms. rosa delauro. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized. ms. delauro: madam speaker,

John S. Tanner

1:52:02 to 1:52:18( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: i rise today in strong support of the rule we are considering in the bill, the a.m.t. relief bill. last month, this congress stepped up. we passed responsible legislation, providing millions

John S. Tanner

1:52:08 to 1:52:24( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: i rise today in strong support of the rule we are considering in the bill, the a.m.t. relief bill. last month, this congress stepped up. we passed responsible legislation, providing millions

John S. Tanner

1:52:11 to 1:52:27( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: i rise today in strong support of the rule we are considering in the bill, the a.m.t. relief bill. last month, this congress stepped up. we passed responsible legislation, providing millions

John S. Tanner

1:52:18 to 1:52:39( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: of hard-working middle-class families with the tax cuts they need and they deserve, and we're back today working once again to protect over 23 million middle-class families from the encroaching

John S. Tanner

1:52:24 to 1:52:45( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: of hard-working middle-class families with the tax cuts they need and they deserve, and we're back today working once again to protect over 23 million middle-class families from the encroaching

John S. Tanner

1:52:27 to 1:52:48( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: of hard-working middle-class families with the tax cuts they need and they deserve, and we're back today working once again to protect over 23 million middle-class families from the encroaching

John S. Tanner

1:52:39 to 1:52:51( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: alternative minimum tax. my home state, connecticut, failing to act on the a.m.t. would be new taxes on 358, 842 households. this is must-pass legislation for our families and our changing

John S. Tanner

1:52:45 to 1:52:57( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: alternative minimum tax. my home state, connecticut, failing to act on the a.m.t. would be new taxes on 358, 842 households. this is must-pass legislation for our families and our changing

John S. Tanner

1:52:48 to 1:53:00( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: alternative minimum tax. my home state, connecticut, failing to act on the a.m.t. would be new taxes on 358, 842 households. this is must-pass legislation for our families and our changing

John S. Tanner

1:52:51 to 1:53:06( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: economy. i commend chairman rangel for providing the relief to get our fiscal house in order to ticking to the pay-go rules that this congress adopted. this legislation includes a long overdue

John S. Tanner

1:52:57 to 1:53:12( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: economy. i commend chairman rangel for providing the relief to get our fiscal house in order to ticking to the pay-go rules that this congress adopted. this legislation includes a long overdue

John S. Tanner

1:53:00 to 1:53:15( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: economy. i commend chairman rangel for providing the relief to get our fiscal house in order to ticking to the pay-go rules that this congress adopted. this legislation includes a long overdue

John S. Tanner

1:53:06 to 1:53:20( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: expansion of the child tax credit. last year because of the way the laws were written, seven million children, most of them infants and toddlers in working families across the country

John S. Tanner

1:53:12 to 1:53:26( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: expansion of the child tax credit. last year because of the way the laws were written, seven million children, most of them infants and toddlers in working families across the country

John S. Tanner

1:53:15 to 1:53:29( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: expansion of the child tax credit. last year because of the way the laws were written, seven million children, most of them infants and toddlers in working families across the country

John S. Tanner

1:53:20 to 1:53:39( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: remained ineligible for many a partial credits. this year we do better, we return to the original intent of the child tax credit, we -- 30 seconds? the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is

John S. Tanner

1:53:26 to 1:53:45( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: remained ineligible for many a partial credits. this year we do better, we return to the original intent of the child tax credit, we -- 30 seconds? the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is

John S. Tanner

1:53:29 to 1:53:48( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: remained ineligible for many a partial credits. this year we do better, we return to the original intent of the child tax credit, we -- 30 seconds? the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is

John S. Tanner

1:53:39 to 1:53:55( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: recognized. ms. delauro: by learning the earning thresholds to $3,500, we'll capture additional children who will be eligible for this tax credit and the families of 10 million others will

John S. Tanner

1:53:45 to 1:54:01( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: recognized. ms. delauro: by learning the earning thresholds to $3,500, we'll capture additional children who will be eligible for this tax credit and the families of 10 million others will

John S. Tanner

1:53:48 to 1:54:04( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: recognized. ms. delauro: by learning the earning thresholds to $3,500, we'll capture additional children who will be eligible for this tax credit and the families of 10 million others will

John S. Tanner

1:53:55 to 1:54:08( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: receive larger refunds. we have an opportunity to help these kids. i urge my colleagues to vote for this rule and to pass t his legislation. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the gentleman

John S. Tanner

1:54:01 to 1:54:14( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: receive larger refunds. we have an opportunity to help these kids. i urge my colleagues to vote for this rule and to pass t his legislation. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the gentleman

John S. Tanner

1:54:04 to 1:54:17( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: receive larger refunds. we have an opportunity to help these kids. i urge my colleagues to vote for this rule and to pass t his legislation. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. the gentleman

John S. Tanner

1:54:08 to 1:54:26( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: from washington. mr. hastings: thank you. thank you, madam speaker. i'm please ed to yield one minute to the gentleman from indiana, mr. burton. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman' s recognized.

John S. Tanner

1:54:14 to 1:54:32( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: from washington. mr. hastings: thank you. thank you, madam speaker. i'm please ed to yield one minute to the gentleman from indiana, mr. burton. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman' s recognized.

John S. Tanner

1:54:17 to 1:54:35( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: from washington. mr. hastings: thank you. thank you, madam speaker. i'm please ed to yield one minute to the gentleman from indiana, mr. burton. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman' s recognized.

John S. Tanner

1:54:26 to 1:54:39( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: mr. burton: you know, we've had probably close to 1100 votes this session. we've been here since january. in fact, january, we had more work scheduled than i've seen in a long, long time, because

John S. Tanner

1:54:32 to 1:54:45( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: mr. burton: you know, we've had probably close to 1100 votes this session. we've been here since january. in fact, january, we had more work scheduled than i've seen in a long, long time, because

John S. Tanner

1:54:35 to 1:54:48( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: mr. burton: you know, we've had probably close to 1100 votes this session. we've been here since january. in fact, january, we had more work scheduled than i've seen in a long, long time, because

John S. Tanner

1:54:39 to 1:54:55( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: january's usually a light month. but we had all those votes, and here we are with just a few days left in this session and we haven't done a darng darn thing. in my opinion, the accomplish accomplishments

John S. Tanner

1:54:45 to 1:55:01( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: january's usually a light month. but we had all those votes, and here we are with just a few days left in this session and we haven't done a darng darn thing. in my opinion, the accomplish accomplishments

John S. Tanner

1:54:48 to 1:55:04( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: january's usually a light month. but we had all those votes, and here we are with just a few days left in this session and we haven't done a darng darn thing. in my opinion, the accomplish accomplishments

John S. Tanner

1:54:55 to 1:55:06( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: of this congress under the democrat leadership has been a big zero. the appropriation bills that the president wanted to sign and get through this process have not been given to him. and now y ou're

John S. Tanner

1:55:01 to 1:55:12( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: of this congress under the democrat leadership has been a big zero. the appropriation bills that the president wanted to sign and get through this process have not been given to him. and now y ou're

John S. Tanner

1:55:04 to 1:55:15( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: of this congress under the democrat leadership has been a big zero. the appropriation bills that the president wanted to sign and get through this process have not been given to him. and now y ou're

John S. Tanner

1:55:06 to 1:55:25( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: going to come up with an omnibus spending bill right here tend with lft pork in it -- here at the end with a lot of pork in it that nobody knows what's in it and you're going to present that to the

John S. Tanner

1:55:12 to 1:55:31( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: going to come up with an omnibus spending bill right here tend with lft pork in it -- here at the end with a lot of pork in it that nobody knows what's in it and you're going to present that to the

John S. Tanner

1:55:15 to 1:55:34( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: going to come up with an omnibus spending bill right here tend with lft pork in it -- here at the end with a lot of pork in it that nobody knows what's in it and you're going to present that to the

John S. Tanner

1:55:25 to 1:55:43( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: american people as a job well done. well, that is not a job well done. that omnibusmspending bill that has all that pork in it that we've heard of, the president is likely to veto, and theen we'll

John S. Tanner

1:55:31 to 1:55:49( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: american people as a job well done. well, that is not a job well done. that omnibusmspending bill that has all that pork in it that we've heard of, the president is likely to veto, and theen we'll

John S. Tanner

1:55:34 to 1:55:52( Edit History Discussion )

John S. Tanner: american people as a job well done. well, that is not a job well done. that omnibusmspending bill that has all that pork in it that we've heard of, the president is likely to veto, and theen we'll

John Campbell

1:55:43 to 1:55:55( Edit History Discussion )

John Campbell: need to come back with a continuing resolution to get us through the end of year until january. so i'd like to say to my democrat colleagues -- mr. hastings: i yield the gentleman an additional

John Campbell

1:55:49 to 1:56:01( Edit History Discussion )

John Campbell: need to come back with a continuing resolution to get us through the end of year until january. so i'd like to say to my democrat colleagues -- mr. hastings: i yield the gentleman an additional

John Campbell

1:55:49 to 1:58:31( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Campbell

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