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Senate Proceeding on Apr 6th, 2011 :: 7:18:00 to 7:19:10
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Benjamin L. Cardin

7:17:56 to 7:18:16( Edit History Discussion )

Benjamin L. Cardin: energy policy. l i'm ready for a that. aim not the same person i was two or three years ago on this sufnlts but we need that tiesm so i ask my colleagues respectfully to support my amendment, which stops at the end of two years, which continues the use of cafe standards, allowing e.p.a. to set those, and i ask my colleagues to vote against the mcconnell amendment, which i

Benjamin L. Cardin

7:18:00 to 7:19:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Benjamin L. Cardin

Benjamin L. Cardin

7:18:17 to 7:18:38( Edit History Discussion )

Benjamin L. Cardin: think is truly a stunning aberration. a senator: madam president? madam president? the presiding officer: the senator from maryland. mr. cardin: i'll take 30 seconds and then yield to senator inhofe. for the reasons we've already said about public health, for the protection of our clean air act, i'm going to urge my colleagues to defeat the rockefeller amendment. but let me just add one other point.

Benjamin L. Cardin

7:18:39 to 7:18:59( Edit History Discussion )

Benjamin L. Cardin: the american renewable energy industry has written to us and has told us that the uncertainty of a two-year delay is more than two years. and it causes american renewable energy companies to be at a disadvantage with foreign energy companies, costing american jobs. uncertainty adds to job loss in america.

Benjamin L. Cardin

7:19:00 to 7:19:11( Edit History Discussion )

Benjamin L. Cardin: for the sake of the public health of americans, for the sake of our economy, i urge my colleagues to reject rockefeller amendment. mr. inhofe: madam the presiding officer: the senator from oklahoma. mr. inhofe: yeah, the two-year

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