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Senate Proceeding on Jul 30th, 2008 :: 4:17:15 to 4:18:48
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Wayne Allard

4:16:07 to 4:17:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Wayne Allard

Wayne Allard

4:16:49 to 4:17:15( Edit History Discussion )

Wayne Allard: wyoming and i expect you see quite an impact there in your state. mr. barrasso: interstate 80 that runs across the lower part of the state of wyoming is, really, a national transportation route where

John Barrow

4:17:15 to 4:17:28( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: people are taking products from the costal areas, the ports in california or oregon and they come to a pinch point in utah and they all get on to i-80 just west of the wyoming border at evanstop and evanston.

John Barrow

4:17:15 to 4:18:48( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Barrow

John Barrow

4:17:28 to 4:17:40( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: people talk about a 55 mile per hour speed limit in this body have not driven across i-80 where a speed limit did not work before when they tried it and it won't work now. i served in the state senate

John Barrow

4:17:40 to 4:17:51( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: in wyoming and there was in the capital building on the third floor there was a large mural that depicts the state of wyoming. there is part of the bottom of the mural which is i-80 running across

John Barrow

4:17:51 to 4:18:07( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: it. even back when this was painted years ago, you count the vehicles on the mural. half of them are trucks. half of them. i think the proportion now is even greater than half of them are trucks. you

John Barrow

4:18:07 to 4:18:21( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: think of all the product that's being moved east and west on i-80, people who are awaiting the delivery of those products across this nation are paying higher prices for those products because of the

John Barrow

4:18:21 to 4:18:34( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: fuel that it takes to fill the trucks in order for themor to deliver the product. so we're seeing that not just at the pump but also in the pockets of consumers. mr. allard: and i don't see any solution

John Barrow

4:18:34 to 4:18:48( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrow: on the democrat side. they're talking about more taxes on oil-and-gas production. they're talking about more rules and regulations. i don't see any proposal that says you increase the supply like what

Wayne Allard

4:18:48 to 4:19:03( Edit History Discussion )

Wayne Allard: we have on the republican proposal where we say we turn to oil shale, we turn to the outer continental shelf, we turn to the futures market and try and put more enforcement there and we also work on the conservation

Wayne Allard

4:18:48 to 4:22:34( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Wayne Allard

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