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Senate Proceeding on Feb 24th, 2009 :: 2:03:00 to 2:04:25
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Chuck Grassley

2:02:46 to 2:03:08( Edit History Discussion )

Chuck Grassley: senator from iowa. mr. grassley: mr. president, i'd like to speak six or seven minutes as in morning business but i also would like to ask if there is nobody on the other side of the aisle who would intervene if i could have another 15 minutes after this -- no want to take advantage of anything, but if they don't know of any other people from the democratic party that want to

Chuck Grassley

2:03:00 to 2:04:25( Edit History Discussion )
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Chuck Grassley

2:03:09 to 2:03:29( Edit History Discussion )

Chuck Grassley: speak i wou like to speak longer. but right new, for six or seven minutes. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. the senator from iowa. mr. grassley: i forget -- this is for my first five or minus. the presiding officer: the senator from iowa is correct. mr. gras with you about voluntarism and

Chuck Grassley

2:03:30 to 2:03:50( Edit History Discussion )

Chuck Grassley: use the example of a deceased boy scout as the perfect example. today is the day that we iowans honor the life and legacy of a young boy scout, a compassionate teenager who lived his life in

Chuck Grassley

2:03:51 to 2:04:13( Edit History Discussion )

Chuck Grassley: passionate service to others. 14-year-old aaron iglertz tragically lost his life last summer when a swept through camp little sioux on january 11, 2008. one iowan, aaron, and three nebraska boys lost their life that evening.

Chuck Grassley

2:04:14 to 2:04:25( Edit History Discussion )

Chuck Grassley: 15 years ago today, b carol iglertz the day their child was bonn. they took pride in shouldering

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