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AIR DATE: December 10, 2010

Congresswoman Dina Titus is serving out the lame-duck weeks of her Congressional term but she will not be leaving Washington altogether. She has just been appointed to a six-year term on the U.S. Civil Rights Commission. The retiring U.S. Representative discusses the past two years, the final work of the Congress and her future in Washington.

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Rep Dina Titus, Congressional District 3
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    Hello! I am wondering about how you in Las Vegas deal with prostitution and the results. The thing is that women from that aspect of organized crime are not able to get along with other women very easily. They want to compete with other women in the wrong types of ways. I have a long drawn out story, but I got my degree in Social Work from the Ohio State University. Crooks went to an 'extra' effort to stalk me to Louisville, Kentucky, and "get" my physical Social Work degree and college transcripts before that, then they followed me to Marion, Ohio and took my birth certificate. I was already on file with FBI before this fiasco started. In Ohio, we have the Cali drug cartel and other assorted crooks who were "umbrellaed" under The Limited Companies" for a long time. I am a writer who not-long-ago discovered slavery housing. I heard that this exists in Las Vegas also. If you would like to, read my blogspot: http://www.BornToBeMiserable.blogspot.com. I also have a Facebook page: Kimberly Koerber on Facebook.com (click on the cute cartoon face). At this point in time, I am gathering information only for some arbitrary 'point in time'in the future. Happy Holidays! :)
    Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-KoerberDec 9, 2010 11:08:23 AM
    Rep. Titus is smart, articulate and her candor is a breath of fresh air. She will be missed, but hopefully, only for a short time. We need to have people like her in public service. Terrific program...thank you.
    fkeisermanDec 9, 2010 09:35:30 AM
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