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Senate Proceeding on Mar 26th, 2009 :: 5:00:20 to 5:01:40
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Max Baucus

5:00:05 to 5:00:30( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: quorum call: a senator: the presiding officer: the senato mr. baucus: i ask furth proceedings under the quorum call be dis the presiding officer: without objection. under the previous order, there will be two minutes equally divided prior to a vote on amendment number 721 offered by the senator from montana, mr. baucus. mr. baucus: mr. p

Max Baucus

5:00:20 to 5:01:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Max Baucus

Max Baucus

5:00:32 to 5:00:53( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: senate is about to vote on two amendments, the first is my amendment. my amendment would put the senate on record sup charities. it ss congress should look for ways to e giving. i hope my colleagues can support it. the second amendment is the thune amendment. the thune amendment favors

Max Baucus

5:00:54 to 5:01:15( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: preservation of full tax incentives for charitable giving over all other priorities. that's overbroad. that's extreme, and i'll have to say more about it in a few minutes. the first amendment to state the senate's strong support for charitable giving. i encourage my colleagues to

Max Baucus

5:01:16 to 5:01:39( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: support that amendment. the presiding offic: who yields time in opposition? mr. baucus: mr. president, i encourage all time be yielded

Max Baucus

5:01:40 to 5:01:41( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: back.

5:01:40 to 5:02:00( Edit History Discussion )

back. mr. kyl: mr. president, yield back the time on the republican the presiding officer: the question is there a sufficient sond? there appears to be. there

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