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Senate Proceeding on Apr 3rd, 2008 :: 6:58:36 to 7:01:32
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Larry Craig

6:45:57 to 6:58:36( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Larry Craig

Larry Craig

6:58:07 to 6:58:36( Edit History Discussion )

Larry Craig: and we appreciate that very much. and his willingness to work owith us and be of help to see if we can't move this legislation along. i was going to ask consent to give you sort of a batting order of

Christopher Dodd

6:58:36 to 6:58:52( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: amendments. madam president, we've already considered the durbin amendment. we're now considering the voinovich and stabenow amendment. following that amendment, senator murray and senator schumer have

Christopher Dodd

6:58:36 to 7:01:32( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Christopher Dodd

Christopher Dodd

6:58:52 to 6:59:06( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: an amendment. senator specter -- i should maybe identify the numbers. voinovich amendment is number 4406. the murray-schumer amendment is 4397. the specter amendment is 4392. and the feinstein-martinez

Christopher Dodd

6:59:06 to 6:59:16( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: amendment is 4393. and an amendment offered by senator kyl of arizona, number 4407. i would ask unanimous consent, madam president, that those amendments be considered in the order which i've just announced

Christopher Dodd

6:59:16 to 6:59:28( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: them, that the underlying amendment, the voinovich amendment, at the conclusion of debate on it, be set aside and that we move to these -- consider these next amendments. we'll try to complete about

Christopher Dodd

6:59:28 to 6:59:35( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: four or five of these. i'm told by leadership of the possibility of some votes on one or all of these amendments before this evening, with the possibility of maybe a couple more amendments tomorrow.

Christopher Dodd

6:59:35 to 6:59:47( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: the pres iding officer: is there objection? mr. baucus: madam president, reserving the right to object. the presiding officer: the senator fro montana. mr. baucus: i wonder if the chairman o f the banking

Christopher Dodd

6:59:47 to 6:59:59( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: committee could read those amendments off one more time. mr. dodd: presently where considering the voinovich-stabenow amendment, number 4406. then there is the, the next amendment would be the amendment

Christopher Dodd

6:59:59 to 7:00:14( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: offered by senator murray and senator schumer, number 4397. there is then an amendment offered by senator specter, will be offered by senator specter, number 4392. an amendment offered by senator

Christopher Dodd

7:00:14 to 7:00:29( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: feinstein and senator martinez, which is amendment number 4393. d an amendment offered by senator kyl, number 4407.~ there are other amendments, but these are the four and five that we're going to

Christopher Dodd

7:00:29 to 7:00:43( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: try to deal with bissetting aside the underlying amendment before we get w to a vote. mr. baucus: i object. there is one i don't want on the list. i object. the presiding offithcer: and the objection

Christopher Dodd

7:00:43 to 7:00:55( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: is heard. mr. baucus: i object o to the ensign amendment. i'm ok as long as that is not on there. the presiding officer: the objection is withdrawn. is there objection? without objection, so ordered.

Christopher Dodd

7:00:55 to 7:01:07( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: mr. dodd: may i inquire, if you let staff know how much time members may need, it would then help us to inform other people about when their amendments are coming up, if you need a half-hour, 15 minutes,

Christopher Dodd

7:01:07 to 7:01:21( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: whatever it is, to explain your amendment and we can let others come over to offer their amendments in an orderly fashion. the presiding officer: the senator from montana. mr. baucus: i believe the amendment

Christopher Dodd

7:01:21 to 7:01:32( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: is the voinovich amendment. en i have spoken to the sponsors of that amendment at this point cannot agree to it. it costs about3 billion over 10 years. i spoke to the sponsors and asked them to

Max Baucus

7:01:32 to 7:01:47( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: rewrite trihat amendment and talk to the joint committee on tax to get it down to $1 billion and they're working on that right nowig and i just very much hope they can get that amendment to $1 billion,

Max Baucus

7:01:32 to 7:02:38( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Max Baucus

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