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Senate Proceeding on Jun 12th, 2008 :: 6:35:27 to 6:37:40
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Christopher Dodd

6:17:47 to 6:35:27( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Christopher Dodd

Christopher Dodd

6:35:03 to 6:35:27( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: of thousands of miles, the united states and mexico must also deepen its bilateral partnership in ways that are mutually beneficial, such as more closely coordinating border security to ensure our

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:35:27 to 6:35:43( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: goods and services can move through more effectively and efficiently. and we should promote closer business and cultural ties and more direct investment across that border as well. the united states

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:35:27 to 6:37:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Robert P. Casey, Jr.

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:35:43 to 6:35:57( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: must support mexico's integration with its southern neighbors as well, and the role they play in both of our economies. and while a bilateral approach will be necessary given the interrelated nature

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:35:57 to 6:36:13( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: of our economies, a regional approach will be required to ensure the effective and sustainable economic growth over the very long term. in addition to fostering a sustainable economic development,

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:36:13 to 6:36:25( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: we must also cooperate on financial intelligence, counter money laundering programs and to combat the black market peso exchange which undermines the economic alternatives we're trying to create

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:36:25 to 6:36:42( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: on a bilateral basis. in addition, of course, our own country must take responsibility for the contributions to the growingnsecurity and to the violence that occurs in mexico. now, we often fail to

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:36:42 to 6:36:54( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: admit it or take action to address it, one of the biggest markets for illegal drugs, and by far the largest supplier of weapons to some of the most violent cartels in central south america and of

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:36:54 to 6:37:09( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: course in mexico is, of course, our own country. any sustainable effort to reduce trafficking and violence in mexico must seriously address problems on both sides of the border. and here, i think,

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:37:09 to 6:37:26( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: merida, while it's a very good proposal and idea, falls a little bit short. despite all of this, howev ter, madam president, merida is a very good first start, and i support it. and despite the failure

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

6:37:26 to 6:37:40( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: of this administration to work with and consult democrats and republicans in both houses here, which should happen if you're going to succeed with this and despite the fact that merida focused too much, in

6:37:40 to 6:37:52( Edit History Discussion )

my view, on the short-term fixes and despite the fact that congress will most likely not be able to fully fund it as much as we would like given problems and other places around the world including

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