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Apr 25, 2017 6:31pm EDT
budget but we did provide jobs in china and allowed the chinese steel industry to build a new steel mill to provide the high-quality steel that was supposed to be in the bridge. the wells weren't exactly good. and we wound up seriously over budget for that as well as other reasons. have californians don't the position. this, i take no pride in. this was a serious mistake by the state government and serious mistake who put this will bridge into process. what would it mean, if, for example, instead of trying to save 10% on the cost of steal, our californian colleagues would have said, well maybe those jobs should be in america and maybe the new steel mills, could have, smuff, should have, but it didn't happen. on the further side of the continent we have new york. and californians don't like to talk about new york. here's something that worked out well. new york wanted a new bridge er the hudson river, the new tapanzee bridge in new york and they made a decision and it was going to be built with american steel. wow! what a nobel thought. let's go with chinaa. what happened, the steel arive
Jul 11, 2017 6:30pm EDT
notable here is the pattern. ofse are not a series events, denials, obfuscations, regarding china or canada or britain or france. they all come back to russia. course, the profound question is, why? time for one last question. >> could you please give us an ,pdate on the sanctions bill and give us an idea as to whether these events today will affect the path of that bill at all? we stand ready on a bipartisan basis to pass the senate bill overwhelmingly. certainly, these events have added urgency to doing exactly that. i think it is very important to understand in the context of that sanctions legislation, what is so disturbing and concerning about these new public revelations and why congress has to get to the bottom of them. the most serious risks to the country is that the russians possess compromising information that can influence this president's conduct of american policy. the russians know about this meeting. they were behind organizing the meeting. if there are other meetings the russians know about, any other interactions with the trump campaign the russians are aware of, t
Jul 13, 2017 7:05pm EDT
traveled to, seeking experiences, doing a study abroad in china, developed -- developed an interest in chinese culture, an he was sought after by the chinese. i also want to work with the committee on addressing the question of elections for our soldiers, and finally, i want to make sure that we stop cyberattacks by a foreignent -- by foreign entities into our elections. i am asking for support for my amendment on the korea icbm, the triple negative breast cancer and the support of conflicts -- not conflict but support of helping humanitarian aid get so south sudan. i want to thank the ranking member and chairman for their support for my amendment and yield back. the chair: the gentleman from washington reserve the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. thornberry: i'm pleased to yield one minute to the gentleman from pennsylvania mr. smucker. the chair: the gentleman is recognized. mr. smucker: i rise today to urge my colleagues to support my bipartisan amendment introduced with representative sinema. this would expand opportunities for active duty military men and women to learn car
Jun 6, 2017 6:30pm EDT
, the president is ceding american leadership in the green economy to china and knee capping the global effort to counter the effects of climate change. mr. krishnamoorthi: while the president has made his choice, the rest of us can make ours. we must continue to resist global climate change through expanding our commitments to green technology and sustainable practices. if we do so, we will not only address the challenges of our time, but also embrace its opportunities. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from minnesota seek recognition? >> unanimous consent to address the house for one minute, revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. paulsen: mr. speaker, i rise today to recognize a holocaust survivor who recently received her high school diploma from high school at the age of 88. in 1942, nazis invaded poland and forced 11-year-oldester and her family into a labor camp -- 11-year-old ester and her family into a labor camp. she lost her brother and an older si
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