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House Proceeding on Dec 19th, 2007 :: 4:16:23 to 4:18:31
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Chris Carney

4:13:52 to 4:16:23( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Chris Carney

Chris Carney

4:16:04 to 4:16:23( Edit History Discussion )

Chris Carney: years old and a they were killed tragically in automobile accidents simply because they were not safe, they didn't have the proper training. so these issues are so hugely important. i became aware

Henry A. Waxman

4:16:23 to 4:16:38( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: of this bill when a couple from my district came to me here in washington several months ago. and their son, their 4-year-old son had been tragically killed by a vehicle backing over him.

Henry A. Waxman

4:16:23 to 4:18:31( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Henry A. Waxman

Henry A. Waxman

4:16:38 to 4:16:55( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: and, you know, you can't bring these lives back. of course you can't. but this kind of legislation and bringing this kind of safety to help prevent, maybe my grandchildren, somebody se's

Henry A. Waxman

4:16:55 to 4:17:09( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: child from going through a tragic situation like that from which the family never recovers. so, again, to be here today to offer a few words of support for h.r. 1216. the things like automatic

Henry A. Waxman

4:17:09 to 4:17:20( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: power window reversal, rear-wheel visibility. this addresses safety risks that resulted in the deaths of so many children in this country. no, we cannot bring them back, but we can help

Henry A. Waxman

4:17:20 to 4:17:35( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: protect our young people in the future. i strongly support it, and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from illinois. mr. rush: madam speaker, i have

Henry A. Waxman

4:17:35 to 4:17:49( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: no further requests for time, and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas. mr. barton: madam speaker, i have one more speaker, the ranking

Henry A. Waxman

4:17:49 to 4:18:02( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: member of the subcommittee, mr. stearns of florida, would like to speak for one -- no, you don't want to speak on the car bill? then i have no more speakers. i urge adoption of the bill and

Henry A. Waxman

4:18:02 to 4:18:19( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: yield back the balance of my time, also. the speaker pro tempore: the question is will the house suspend the rules and pass h.r. 1216. those in favor say aye. as amended. those in favor say

Henry A. Waxman

4:18:19 to 4:18:31( Edit History Discussion )

Henry A. Waxman: aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the bill is passed, and without objection the motion to reconsider is

Sheila Jackson-Lee

4:18:31 to 4:19:11( Edit History Discussion )

Sheila Jackson-Lee: laid upon the table. for what purpose does the gentleman from illinois rise? mr. rush: i move that the house suspend the rules and pass t bill h.r. 4040 as amended. the speaker pro tempore:

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