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Senate Proceeding on Dec 12th, 2007 :: 6:53:00 to 6:54:35
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6:52:44 to 6:53:00( Edit History Discussion )

ask consent at the end of the debate on the dorgan-grassley amendment or time being yielded back that the senate proceed to vote on relation to alexander amendments 3551 and 3553. a senator: what the issue

Tom Harkin

6:53:00 to 6:53:11( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: is what time those votes may take place. the unanimous consent that's being requested is that following the debate on the grassley dorgan amendment we go to the votes on the two alexander amendments at

Tom Harkin

6:53:00 to 6:54:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Harkin

Tom Harkin

6:53:11 to 6:53:24( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: whatever time that might be. mr. harkin: and i would think that that time would probably -- if we use all time, those two votes would occur at 6:20. if time is yielded back, it could be a little

Tom Harkin

6:53:24 to 6:53:37( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: bit earlier than that. the presiding officer: is there objection? mr. chambliss: madam president, reserving the right to object. just so we can give our colleagues further information about where we're

Tom Harkin

6:53:37 to 6:53:48( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: going, is it the chairman's intention to move ahead then with debate on additional amendments, hopefully the coburn amendment and the session amendment that might be voted on tonight later on along

Tom Harkin

6:53:48 to 6:54:05( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: with the gregg amendment? mr. harkin: i say to m sy friend, yes, in speaking with the majority leader, the majority leader said that this is going to be a late night. we have a number of amendments

Tom Harkin

6:54:05 to 6:54:21( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: on both sides. i think that we can debate and vote. i hope to vote on the coburn amendment, the session amendment, the greg amendment, the alexander amendments and there may be a couple on our side to

Tom Harkin

6:54:21 to 6:54:35( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: getsi ready for short debates and vote this evening. mr. chambliss: i have no objection. the presiding officer: observe, so ordered. -- without objection, so ordered. the senator from south dakota.

Byron Dorgan

6:54:35 to 6:54:56( Edit History Discussion )

Byron Dorgan: mr. dorgan: madam president, it's north dakota. the presiding officer: i'm sorry. mr. dorgan: it's one of those dakotas. madam president, i rise now with my colleague from iowa, senator grassley, and others

Byron Dorgan

6:54:35 to 7:08:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Byron Dorgan

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