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Senate Proceeding on Mar 26th, 2009 :: 1:42:10 to 1:44:35
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1:41:53 to 1:42:14( Edit History Discussion )

award the serve america fellowships. those receiving the fellowships will work with approved service organizations and nonprofits on projects directed at those areas of national need identified in the bill. even with these want to make sure that our national service efforts are aimed at addressing specific needs and solving specific problems. the serve america fellowships

John Thune

1:42:05 to 1:42:10( Edit History Discussion )

John Thune: want to make sure that our national service efforts are aimed at addressing specific

Orrin Hatch

1:42:10 to 1:44:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Orrin Hatch

Orrin Hatch

1:42:11 to 1:42:32( Edit History Discussion )

Orrin Hatch: needs and solving specific problems. the serve america fellowships will be administered almost entirely at the state level, allowing the states to continue to be 50 state laboratories innovation, for volunteer service programs. the fellowships will be funded by the corporation at 50% of the

1:42:15 to 1:42:35( Edit History Discussion )

will be administered almost entirely at the state level, allowing the states to continue to be 50 state laboratories innovation, for volunteer service programs. the fellowships will be funded by the corporation at 50% of the total average annual subsistence

Orrin Hatch

1:42:33 to 1:42:53( Edit History Discussion )

Orrin Hatch: total average annual subsistence allowance provided to vista volunteers. the house organizations will contribute the additional fundings so that the fellow reives between 70% and 100% of the vista annual subsistence allowance. fellows will receive educational award identical to that awarded to other national service participants.

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allowance provided to vista volunteers. the house organizations will contribute the additional fundings so that the fellow reives between 70% and 100% of the vista annual subsistence allowance. fellows will receive educational award identical to that awarded to other national service participants. let me explain what we're trying to do with these fellowships.

Orrin Hatch

1:42:54 to 1:43:14( Edit History Discussion )

Orrin Hatch: let me explain what we're trying to do with these fellowships. i believe that smaller, nonprofit or faith-based organizations lacking large-scale capacity can nonetheless benefit from the efforts and presence of national service members, indeed committed dividual volun at start-up, nonprofits or faith-based charitable groups

1:42:57 to 1:43:18( Edit History Discussion )

i believe that smaller, nonprofit or faith-based organizations lacking large-scale capacity can nonetheless benefit from the efforts and presence of national service members, indeed committed dividual volun at start-up, nonprofits or faith-based charitable groups can provide the human capital need to dramatically expand

Orrin Hatch

1:43:15 to 1:43:35( Edit History Discussion )

Orrin Hatch: can provide the human capital need to dramatically expand the charity's impact and help them recruit other volunteers. again, this multiplying effect is the aim of almost every program under the bill. these fellowships will help ensure that faith-based rural, grass roots and other smaller nonprofits will benefit fm this multiplying effect by

1:43:19 to 1:43:40( Edit History Discussion )

the charity's impact and help them recruit other volunteers. again, this multiplying effect is the aim of almost every program under the bill. these fellowships will help ensure that faith-based rural, grass roots and other smaller nonprofits will benefit fm this multiplying effect by having access to national service members.

Orrin Hatch

1:43:36 to 1:43:56( Edit History Discussion )

Orrin Hatch: having access to national service members. even if they lack large-scale capacity. in addition, this program will fulfill one the main goals we had in drafting this legislation, which is the people the flexibility to choose their own paths of service. the fellows und this program

1:43:41 to 1:44:01( Edit History Discussion )

even if they lack large-scale capacity. in addition, this program will fulfill one the main goals we had in drafting this legislation, which is the people the flexibility to choose their own paths of service. the fellows und this program will be chosen for their commitment and ingenuity, and i believe we'll see some outstanding new service

Orrin Hatch

1:43:57 to 1:44:17( Edit History Discussion )

Orrin Hatch: will be chosen for their commitment and ingenuity, and i believe we'll see some outstanding new service approaches developed as a result of this madam president, i yield the floor. a senator: madam president? senator from north carolina. a senator: madam president, i

1:44:02 to 1:44:22( Edit History Discussion )

approaches developed as a result of this madam president, i yield the floor. a senator: madam president? senator from north carolina. a senator: madam president, i send an amendment to the desk to be filed and would ask unanimous

Orrin Hatch

1:44:18 to 1:44:35( Edit History Discussion )

Orrin Hatch: send an amendment to the desk to be filed and would ask unanimous consent for i consideration. the presiding officer: is there objection to setting aside the pending amendment? without objection, so ordered. mr. burr: i t president. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from north carolina, mr. burr,

1:44:23 to 1:44:44( Edit History Discussion )

consent for i consideration. the presiding officer: is there objection to setting aside the pending amendment? without objection, so ordered. mr. burr: i t president. the presiding officer: the clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from north carolina, mr. burr, proposes an amendment numbered 722 to amendment numbered 687. mr. br: i ask unanimous consent it be considered as read.

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