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Senate Proceeding on Dec 14th, 2007 :: 3:54:48 to 3:56:20
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Robert P. Casey, Jr.

3:54:48 to 3:55:04( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: the clerk will call the roll. vote: | vote: ~ vote: the presiding officer: any senators wishing to vote or change their vote? on this, the ayes are 90 and the nays are 3. the conference report is agreed

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

3:54:48 to 3:56:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Robert P. Casey, Jr.

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

3:55:04 to 3:55:18( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: to. without objection. mr. stevens: mr. president? mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from alaska. mr. stevens: i ask unanimous consent i be allowed to speak for five minutes as though

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

3:55:18 to 3:55:30( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: in morning business. the presiding officer: the senator would hold for a moment? under the previous order, the senate will proceed to the consideration -- the senate will come to order. the senate

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

3:55:30 to 3:55:42( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: will come to order. please take your conversations out of the well of the senate. the senate will come to order. under the previous order, the senate will proceed to the consideration of h. con. res.

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

3:55:42 to 3:55:58( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: 269,hich the clerk will report. the clerk: house concurrent resolution 269, directing the clerk of the house of representatives to correct the enrollment of the bill h.r. 1585. the presiding officer: independence

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

3:55:58 to 3:56:09( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: under the previous order, the concurrent resolution is agreed to and the motion to reconsider is considered made and laid upon the table. the senator from alaska. mr. stevens: i reiterate my request

Robert P. Casey, Jr.

3:56:09 to 3:56:20( Edit History Discussion )

Robert P. Casey, Jr.: i be permitted to speak as though in morning business for five minutes. the presiding officer: is there objection? mr. carper: mr. president, reserving the right -- mr. coleman: reserving the right to object,

Tom Harkin

3:56:20 to 3:56:29( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Harkin: i ask i be permitted to follow to speak for up to ten minutes also in morning business. a senator: mr. president? the presiding officer: is there objection? mr. harkin: reserving the right to object. it's

Tom Harkin

3:56:20 to 3:57:29( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Harkin

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