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Senate Proceeding 04-02-09 on Apr 2nd, 2009 :: 3:42:25 to 3:44:00
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Jeff Sessions

3:42:21 to 3:42:43( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: go to the sessions amendment number 969. senator sessions. mr. sessions: thank you. the presiding officer: the senator from alabama. mr. sessions: mr. president, this congress voted -- the presiding officer: can we have order in the senate. mr. sessions: this congress passed the secure feds act of

Jeff Sessions

3:42:25 to 3:44:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jeff Sessions

Jeff Sessions

3:42:44 to 3:43:05( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: 2006 by a vote of 80-19, with a broad bipartisan support, including biden, and clinton. we committed to 700 miles of barriers. today we are less than halfway there. the funding has simply not been there. some progress is being made in

Jeff Sessions

3:43:06 to 3:43:26( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: areas where the fencing is in place. a dramatic reduction of the san diego area when the fence was completed a number of years ago. this will it will help us reduce drug smuggling, gun smuggling and immigration violations. we have a lawless border. ogress is being made, colleagues.

Jeff Sessions

3:43:27 to 3:43:47( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: we're seeing a reduction in the number of people entering america, a reduction in the number of arrests. but if we don't follow -- and if we follow through with what we've told the american people we intend to do, we will -- the presiding officer: the senate will be in order. mr. sessions: -- we will be able to create a lawful system of immigration, which i responsibility this congress

Jeff Sessions

3:43:48 to 3:44:02( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: has. i would urge support of this amendment. it's consistent with previous votes. it puts a against a budget -- an appropriation of this area that

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