Bob Turner

Republican Congressman, New York

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Republican congressman from New York, representing parts of Brooklyn and Queens

Bob Turner on KCRW

Congress is winding down in much the same way it conducted itself all year: with gridlock.  Have Republicans outsmarted themselves on taxes, unemployment and Medicare?  Can they pull…

House Republicans Feel the Heat on the Payroll Tax Stalemate

Congress is winding down in much the same way it conducted itself all year: with gridlock.  Have Republicans outsmarted themselves on taxes, unemployment and Medicare?  Can they pull…

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Congress is winding down in much the same way it conducted itself all year: with gridlock.  Have Republicans outsmarted themselves on taxes, unemployment and Medicare?  Can they pull…

House Republicans Feel the Heat on the Payroll Tax Stalemate

Congress is winding down in much the same way it conducted itself all year: with gridlock.  Have Republicans outsmarted themselves on taxes, unemployment and Medicare?  Can they pull…

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