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Senate Proceeding on Dec 12th, 2007 :: 3:37:28 to 3:41:19
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Tom Harkin

3:37:28 to 3:37:47( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: call the rol vote: ~ vote: the presiding officer: does any senator wish to cast their vote or wish to change their vote? if not, on this amendment, the ayes are 39; the nays are 56. the amendment

Tom Harkin

3:37:28 to 3:41:19( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Harkin

Tom Harkin

3:37:47 to 3:38:23( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: is not agreed to. the senator from iowa. mr. harkin: mr. president, i move to reconsider the vote and move to lay it on the stable. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. mr. harkin:

Tom Harkin

3:38:23 to 3:38:29( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: i suggest the absence of a quorum. the presiding officer: the clerk will call the roll. quorum call: mr. harkin: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the call of the quorum be dispensed. the presiding

Tom Harkin

3:38:29 to 3:38:39( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: officer: without objection, so ordered. mr. harkin: mr. president, i have six unanimous consent requests for committees to meet during today's session of the senate with the approval of the majority

Tom Harkin

3:38:39 to 3:38:57( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: and minority leaders and i ask unanimous consent they be agreed to and printed in the record. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. mr. harkin: what is the business before the senate at

Tom Harkin

3:38:57 to 3:39:14( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: this time? the presiding officer: the business before the senate is harkin amendment 3830. mr. harkin: mr. president, in consultation with the ranking mber, senator chambliss, i'm going to repeat for

Tom Harkin

3:39:14 to 3:39:31( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: the benefit of senators a unanimous consent entered into last night and try to clarify it a little bit. there was one small change, to add senator sanders into this debate. mr. president, i ask unanimous

Tom Harkin

3:39:31 to 3:39:51( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: consent following disposition of the gregg amendment which we just did, that senator harkin be recognized to call up an amendment. once reported by number the amendment be set aside; that senators

Tom Harkin

3:39:51 to 3:40:07( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: alexander, bingaman, salazar and sanders be recognized for ten minutes for senator bingaman, ten minutes for senator salazar and senator sanders and 30 minutes for senator alexander. the senate then debate

Tom Harkin

3:40:07 to 3:40:26( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: after that, turn and debate the following amendments for the time limit specified under a previous order and in the order listed. first, the alexander amendment 3551 and 3553, 60 minutes equally

Tom Harkin

3:40:26 to 3:40:44( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: divided. the gregg amendment numbered 3673, two hours equally divided. the dorgan-grassley amendment, 3695, two hours evenly divided. sessions amendment 3596, 40 minutes evenly divided. klobuchar amendment 38,

Tom Harkin

3:40:44 to 3:41:19( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: 10, 60 minutes. the coburn amendments 380, 3530, and 3632, 90 minutes, evenly divided. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection, so ordered. mr. harkin: mr. president, then we're now

Lamar Alexander

3:41:19 to 3:41:30( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar Alexander: going to turn, hopefully to -- i'm sorry. i call up my amendment 3639. the presiding officer:he clerk will report. the clerk: the senator from iowa proposes an amendment 3639 to amendment numbered

Lamar Alexander

3:41:19 to 3:42:32( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lamar Alexander

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