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5 October 1998
The SPEAKER pro tempore. Pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from New York (Mr. GILMAN) and the gentleman from Indiana (Mr. HAMILTON) each will control 20 minutes.
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Mr. PAUL. Mr. Speaker, I would like to inquire whether or not either gentleman is opposed to the bill.
The SPEAKER pro tempore. Is the gentleman from Indiana opposed to the bill?
Mr. HAMILTON. I support the bill, Mr. Speaker.
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Mr. PAUL. Mr. Speaker, I request the time in opposition.
The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under the rule, the gentleman from Texas (Mr. PAUL) will control 20 minutes in opposition and the gentleman from New York (Mr. GILMAN) will control 20 minutes in support of the bill.
Here, Mr. GILMAN is The Honorable Benjamin A. Gilman and Mr. HAMILTON is The Honorable Lee H. Hamilton.