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House Proceeding 12-15-09 on Dec 15th, 2009 :: 0:04:00 to 0:07:35
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Lee Terry

0:03:57 to 0:04:17( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: supporters of low-power f.m. services for their valuable input. i ask my colleagues to support h.r. 1147, and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from nebraska. mr. terry: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. terry: as co-author with

Lee Terry

0:04:00 to 0:07:35( Edit History Discussion )
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Lee Terry

0:04:18 to 0:04:39( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: mr. doyle, i, too, support of h.r. 1147. and it was my pleasure to come to the floor to discuss legislation that is the product of great bipartisanship. congressman doyle and i teamed up worng on this low-power f.m. station.

Lee Terry

0:04:40 to 0:05:00( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: we bill has the potential to revolutionize what americans hear on their radios and that it will provide an exciting new platform for citizens to communicate with one another within the own local communities and neighborhoods. low-power f.m. radio offers people at the community level the opportunity to broadcast when otherwise they may not

Lee Terry

0:05:01 to 0:05:21( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: afford to do so. this is extremely important for noncommercial groups like schools, churches, neighborhood organizations. the ability of those oups to broadcast their message contributes greatly to the overall betterment of our community and society as a whole. many local and statewide

Lee Terry

0:05:22 to 0:05:44( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: organizations are interested in obtaining low-power f.m. licenses, including the omaha, nebraska. san tan i.t.a.man communications says -- santana

Lee Terry

0:05:45 to 0:06:05( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: man communications says this will give a voice to the voiceless. he went on to say, quote, low-power f.m. that lights up the future for us and bravo for lee to championing -- well, i don't have to read that part. les hall has been involved in

Lee Terry

0:06:06 to 0:06:27( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: the lpfm is believes this is the life that allows the community to come together. this is great news says tim clark. communities across the country will now have a real opportunity to increase the abilty to effectively communicate issues, concerns, awarenesses, campaigns and to

Lee Terry

0:06:28 to 0:06:49( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: provide sensitive programming. north and south omaha will benefit positively from this chael -- challenge to develop unified efforts for the betterment of their constituents. i appreciate both les and tim's work on this issue, as well as other groups devoted to fulfilling the interest and needs of our community.

Lee Terry

0:06:50 to 0:07:12( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: i do believe this legislation is about empowering individuals who are making a difference in nebraska. as a member who back in 2000 voted in favor of legislation to require a minimum of four intervals between radio stations, i'm proud today to be able to stand by my friend from pennsylvania as well as all lpfm advocates in a bipartisan

Lee Terry

0:07:13 to 0:07:34( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: way in support of legislation. the authorization of the miter study really was important, and now we definitively know that there will be no interference caused by reducing the required separation between new lpfm broadcasts and full-power broadcasts. i encourage all of my

Lee Terry

0:07:35 to 0:07:36( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: colleagues to spport this

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