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Senate Proceeding 04-02-09 on Apr 2nd, 2009 :: 1:28:25 to 1:30:15
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Frank Lautenberg

1:28:22 to 1:28:43( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Lautenberg: this means that sportsmen who wish to use amtrak trains for hunting trips cannot do so because they're notllowed to check safely a firearm. again, i would emphasize, mr. president, this bill deals with checked, secure luggage, not carry-on lugage, and it would apply exactly the same as to airlines. the presiding

Frank Lautenberg

1:28:25 to 1:30:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Frank Lautenberg

Frank Lautenberg

1:28:44 to 1:29:04( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Lautenberg: senator's time has expired. the senator from north dakota. mr. conrad: time in opposition, senator lautenberg. the presiding officer: the senator from new jersey. mr. lautenberg: mr. president, i object to this\@ disrupte amendment offered by the senator from mississippi. he wants to enable baggage to carry weapons, guns in i

Frank Lautenberg

1:29:05 to 1:29:28( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Lautenberg: checked form. mr. president, one doesn't to be very much concerned about what we're doing when they look at the history of attacks on railroads in spain and the u.k. and such places. so, mr. president, this is an amendment that has no place her interrupting our budgetary

Frank Lautenberg

1:29:29 to 1:29:49( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Lautenberg: procedure, and i note that the -- i raise a point of -- i raise a point of order with the following language: the pending amendment is not germane and, therefore, i raise this point of order that the amendment violates section budget act of 1974.

Frank Lautenberg

1:29:50 to 1:30:08( Edit History Discussion )

Frank Lautenberg: mr. gregg: i would ask the chair, is this -- the presiding officer: the senator from new hampshire. mr. gregg: is germaneness well taken in this? the presiding officer: the

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