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Senate Proceeding on Jan 5th, 2011 :: 3:33:15 to 3:34:40
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Ron Wyden

3:33:11 to 3:33:31( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: opportunity for amendments. so i think the current rules serve the interests of our constituents and the american people well. i thank the chair and i thank my colleague. mr. wyden: madam president? the presiding officer: the senator from oregon. mr. wyden: madam president, senator udall and senator merkley have waited a great length of time in order to make their remarks. i just wanted to propound a unanimous consent request at

Ron Wyden

3:33:15 to 3:34:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ron Wyden

Ron Wyden

3:33:32 to 3:33:52( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: this time. the presiding officer: the senator is recognized. mr. wyden: madam president, at this point, senator udall would be the next speaker, there would be a republican who would speak next, and i'm very hopeful that that will be senator grassley, because he and i have been

Ron Wyden

3:33:53 to 3:34:14( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: partners for almost 14 years in this effort to force the united states senate to do public business in public and get rid of these secret holds. so after senator udall, there would be senator grassley. after senator grassley, there would be my friend and colleague colleague, senator merkley, who would speak.

Ron Wyden

3:34:15 to 3:34:36( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: at that time, there would be a republican who would be next in the que to speak. and so my unanimous consent request, madam president, is at that point, i would like to be able for up to 30 minutes to have the bipartisan sponsors of the effort to get rid of secret

Ron Wyden

3:34:37 to 3:34:42( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: holds once and for all, including the distinguished president from missouri, to have

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