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Senate Proceeding on Jul 29th, 2010 :: 1:01:40 to 1:05:05
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Barbara Boxer

1:01:40 to 1:05:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Barbara Boxer

Barbara Boxer

1:01:58 to 1:02:19( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: and here's what's so strange about this particular attack we've just heard. the senator from maine wants a chance for her side to have -- quote -- "just a few amendments." well, i'd like to ask unanimous consent to place into the record the offer made by the majority leader to allow just that. any of the amendment amendments that they wanted, the other side wanted,

Barbara Boxer

1:02:20 to 1:02:41( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: matched by amendments we wanted. i'd ask to put that in the record. the presiding officer: without objection. mrs. boxer: and, madam president, i also work across the political aisle. i've worked with senator sno on a passenger bill of rights. i've worked with former senator smith on guns in the cockpit. i've worked with senator ensign on afterscoosm i worked with senator inhofe on highway bills,

Barbara Boxer

1:02:42 to 1:03:03( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: on wrda bills. we all work across the polital aisle and i do complement the senar from maine f with us on some vow tough votes but i have to say, she's asking four a bipartisan bill. let me read you the sections of this bill -- and i'd ask unanimous consent to place this in the record, madam president. the presiding officer: without objection. mrs. boxer: the first section written by landrieu-snow.

Barbara Boxer

1:03:04 to 1:03:24( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: the second one snow-landrieu. the third won, snowe-america rhode island the fourths one, snowe-landrieu. the next one, landrieu-nelson. the next one, snowe-pryor. and on and on. the next section, merkley-alexander the and we all know, senator hatch worked with senator bingaman here on many of these. grassley is involved in this. brownback is involved.

Barbara Boxer

1:03:25 to 1:03:46( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: i have to s, of all the bills we've taken bipartisan. and i think that to make a process argument now is really a shame. let me that support this bill, even though the senator from maine doesn't like it, let me tell you where we are. u.s. chamber of commerce passed this bill.

Barbara Boxer

1:03:47 to 1:04:07( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: nation federation of independent businesses, pass this bill. the u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce, pass this bill. the black chamber of commerce, pass this bill. the national association for the self-emplod, the small business majority and on and on -- i'd ask unanimous consent to

Barbara Boxer

1:04:08 to 1:04:29( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: place the entire list noaa the record. the presiding officer: without objection. mrs. boxer: madam president, the senator from maine is right when she says we've got to move to help this economy. and this bill is one of the answers. that's why it has such broad support. republicans and democrats across the country support this.

Barbara Boxer

1:04:30 to 1:04:50( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: independent voters support this. small businesses support this. the only group that is filibustering this bill happens to be the republicans in the united states senate. the presiding officer: time controlled by the senator from louisiana is expired. mrs. boxer: i am telling you, if they say "no" again, they are hurting this commitment of i yield the floor.

Barbara Boxer

1:04:51 to 1:05:05( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Boxer: -- they are hurting this i yield the floor. ms. landrieu: i understand the leadership has five minutes each, equally divided? no? the presiding officer: the time remaining currently belongs to the republican leader. there's five minutes followed by

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