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Senate Proceeding 04-05-11 on Apr 5th, 2011 :: 0:38:30 to 0:39:35
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Harry Reid

0:38:08 to 0:38:30( Edit History Discussion )

Harry Reid: is required by congress. this very body, congress, has through the war powers resolution attempted to disstill some of these principles. and in section 1541 of the war powers act it's found at 50 united states code section 1541, we're told that there are circumstances, three

Harry Reid

0:38:30 to 0:39:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Harry Reid

Harry Reid

0:38:31 to 0:38:52( Edit History Discussion )

Harry Reid: circumstances to be precise -- the presiding officer: the senator's time has expired. the majority leader. mr. reid: mr. president, first of all, i want to express my appreciation to the senator from kentucky. he is a gentleman. i know how sincere he feels about this issue, and i admire him for feeling sincerely about issues, as he does on a number of things.

Harry Reid

0:38:53 to 0:39:14( Edit History Discussion )

Harry Reid: and it's been good for me to get to know him better during the last four or five days. i would ask now, mr. president, for the clerk to report the pending business. the presiding officer: schort the pending business. the clerk: calendar number 17, s. 493, a bill to reauthorize the sbir and sttr programs and for other purposes. mr. reid: mr. president, it is

Harry Reid

0:39:15 to 0:39:40( Edit History Discussion )

Harry Reid: my understanding that the paul amendment is the pending business. is that right? the presiding officer: the motion to commit by senator paul is pending. mr. reid: i would move to table that. i ask for the yeas and nays. the presidinthe presiding officer: is there appears to be. the yeas and nays are ordered.

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