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Congressman-elect Steven Horsford Discusses Goals For Washington
Congressman-elect Steven Horsford Discusses Goals For Washington

AIR DATE: December 20, 2012

Newly-elected Democratic Congressman Steven Horsford will go to Washington at a very contentious time. House Republicans and President Obama are locked in a battle over how to prevent the nation from going over the fiscal cliff. While Horsford won't directly participate in those negotiations, he will join Congress at a time when both parties say they want to come together to find solutions to the nation's biggest problems, but can't find middle ground. Congressman-elect Steven Horsford joins us to talk about his goals as he prepares for his first term in Washington.


Steven Horsford, Congressman-elect


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    Great discussion today. It is my opinion the rush to cut or eliminate social security stems mostly from the portion paid by employers.
    Sam TaylorDec 14, 2012 09:39:07 AM
    It is so refreshing to hear someone standing up for the poor and elderly by advocating first cutting corporate welfare for the biggest and richest among us. Congratulation on your win and good luck in your efforts to make this a better world!
    Jim BooneDec 14, 2012 09:24:51 AM
    JamesDec 13, 2012 10:47:34 AM
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