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Senate Proceeding on May 4th, 2011 :: 1:22:05 to 1:23:20
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John Cornyn

1:22:01 to 1:22:21( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: senator from new york. mr. schumer: and, thank you, madam president. mr. cornyn: would the senator yield for a quick question? mr. schumer: i would. mr. cornyn: madam president, i know there are a number of us who would like to speak on the judgment coming cloture vote at noon on the mcconnell nomination. senator grassley would. i assume the senator from new

John Cornyn

1:22:05 to 1:23:20( Edit History Discussion )
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John Cornyn

1:22:22 to 1:22:42( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: york and the senator from rhode island. i wonder if we can reach a unanimous consent agreement that would allow five minutes for each of us to speak. i would pose that as a unanimous consent request that that -- for the senators who are currently on the floor, the five of us, that we'd be given up to five minutes to speak preceding the

John Cornyn

1:22:43 to 1:23:03( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: cloture motion. mr. schumer: might i ask a question of the chair? what is the status, the time status? there's 35 minutes until noon. is that divided? the presiding officer: the democrats -- the time's equally divided. the democrats control 19 minutes, the republicans control 18 1/2 minutes. a senator: reserving the right to object.

John Cornyn

1:23:04 to 1:23:21( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: ms. landrieu: this isn't the only debate on the floor, we're having a cloture vote on sbir and we'd like some time to close that deb as well. so i'm open to work with you guys. a senator: madam president, reserving my right to object.

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