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Congresswoman Dina Titus
Congresswoman Dina Titus

AIR DATE: November 8, 2011

Having served one term in the House of Representatives, Congresswoman Dina Titus joins us to talk about her run in a much safer seat. We talk about her decision to change to CD1 and create a Democratic primary, the budget problems in Washington, the future of welfare programs and what Titus hopes to accomplish in a second term in Washington.
Dina Titus, former Congresswoman

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Dina Titus was a responsive congresswoman in my district when she was in congress. I haven't heard Word One from Joe Heck. This current Congress is doing zip to address the nation's problems.
JanieNov 4, 2011 09:33:25 AM
Janie, have you seen this?

Do you realize how much "this current Congress" has done - that is sitting collecting dust in Harry Reid's Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate?

Perhaps it's time for the Senate to do THEIR job?

UNLV College RepublicansNov 5, 2011 09:48:33 AM
Many multinational corporations have significant foreign sovereign fund investments and yet our political system allows direct acces to our elected officials. Would you support a constitutional amendment to limit corporate and special interest acces to our elected representatives?
Michael BleauNov 4, 2011 09:27:13 AM
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