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Senate Proceeding on Mar 4th, 2010 :: 5:13:05 to 5:14:45
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Max Baucus

5:12:59 to 5:13:21( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: mr. president, i moved last week for a bipartisan effort to get washington working again. i reached out across party lines and made a sincere effort to stop business as usual to get the -- the jobs done that the american people are demanding. i would hope that that -- the presiding officer: the senator's time has expired. mr. brown: thank you. the presiding officer: the senator from montana.

Max Baucus

5:13:05 to 5:14:45( Edit History Discussion )
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Max Baucus

5:13:22 to 5:13:43( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: mr. baucus: mr. president, as a former president used to say, there they go again. gag cut back the recovery act. there they go again trying to scale back what c.b.o. says creates jobs. they tried it with the bunning amendment tuesday. they tried it with the thune amendment yesterday. they've tried it with the bunning amendment yesterday.

Max Baucus

5:13:44 to 5:14:04( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: they tried it with the burr amendment yetd. each time the senate rejected their attempt to raid the recovery the nonpartisan congressional budget office said that the recovery act would create one million to three million -- between one million and three

Max Baucus

5:14:05 to 5:14:25( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: million full-time equivalent jobs. that's real job creation. now is not the time to scale back job creation. and i urge that we don't adopt this amendment. i raise a point of order against section 103d of the pending amendment pursuant to section 403 of s. con. res. 13, the courrent resolution on the

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