[Congressional Record Volume 153, Number 143 (Tuesday, September 25, 2007)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
[Page E1973]
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                          PERSONAL EXPLANATION


                         HON. MICHAEL M. HONDA

                             of california

                    in the house of representatives

                      Tuesday, September 25, 2007

  Mr. HONDA. Madam Speaker, on Monday August 24, I was unavoidably 
detained due to official business in New York and was not present for a 
number of rollcall votes.
  Had I been present I would have voted:
  ``Yea'' on rollcall 891, H. Con. Res. 193, recognizing all hunters 
across the United States for their continued commitment to safety.
  ``Yea'' on rollcall 892, H. Res. 668, recognizing the 50th 
anniversary of the September 25, 1957, desegregation of Little Rock 
Central High School by the Little Rock Nine.
  ``Yea'' on rollcall 893, H.R. 1199, to extend the grant program for 
drug-endangered children.
  ``Yea'' on rollcall 894, H. Res. 340, expressing the sense of the 
House of Representatives of the importance of providing a voice for the 
many victims (and families of victims) involved in missing persons 
cases and unidentified human remains cases.