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The Roundtable
12:07 pm
Wed December 31, 2003

Congressional Corner with NY's Michael McNulty 12/22/03

Albany, NY – Mike McNulty opens the week in the Congressional Corner. He and Alan continue their conversation about the capture of Saddam Hussein and international support in rebuilding Iraq. Alan opens with a question about how McNulty's constituants feel about Saddam's capture.

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11:24 am
Wed December 31, 2003

Congressional Corner with NY's Michael McNulty 12/19/03

Albany, NY – Taking some time out of his holiday schedule to join us in the Congressional Corner this week is New York's Michael McNulty. He and Alan discuss the biggest headline in the news this week - the capture of Saddam Hussein.

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10:36 am
Wed December 31, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's John Larson 12/31/03

Albany, NY – John Larson is back in the Congressional Corner this New Year's Eve and what better time to discuss plans for the new year. Larson is a member of the House Science Committee and a proponent of Fuel Cell Technology. Today he tells Alan of his hopes for fuel cell development in the new year and how moving from a 'petro-economy' to a 'hydro-economy' could benefit the US from environmental improvements to lowering dependency on foreign oil.

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10:25 am
Wed December 31, 2003

Congressional Corner with NY's Michael McNulty 12/26/03

Albany, NY – In a final discussion New York democrat Michael McNulty and Alan take up the topic of medicare and the recently passed prescription drug plan. McNulty disagrees with the new Mdeicare plan and expresses his hope that changes can be made before the plan goes into effect in 2006 - today in the Congressional Corner.

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10:20 am
Wed December 31, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's John Larson 12/30/03

Albany, NY – Saddam Hussein may have been captured but the U.S. still has thousands of troops in Iraq. Connecticut's John Larson is on the House Armed Services Committee and talks about Saddam's capture and the continued role of our troops. John and Alan also discuss the recontruction effort and the different approaches to that effort, within the Bush Administration, today in the Congressional Corner.

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10:13 am
Wed December 31, 2003

Congressional Corner with WI's David Obey 12/17/03

Albany, NY – David Obey from Wisconsin is back in the Congressional Corner to continue his discussion with Alan about his work on the Appropriations Committee. Alan opens by asking David to pick up the topic of the increase of excess 'pork' in spending bills.

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11:55 am
Thu December 11, 2003

Congressional Corner with NY's Maurice Hinchey 12/11/03

Albany, NY – New York's 22nd district representative Maurice Hinchey is concerned about the fate of Medicare. With the largest overhaul of the system set into motion since Lyndon Johnson signed the bill that created Medicare in 1965, Congressman Hinchey shares his concerns about senior citizens, social security and availablility of prescription drugs, today in the Congressional Corner.

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4:34 pm
Wed December 10, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's Rob Simmons 12/05/03

Albany, NY – We close out the week in the Congressional Corner with Connecticut's Robert Simmons. He and Alan open the conversation with a look at the large second district that Robert represents. They move on to talk about some projects that will benefit his district and the Spending Bills that that the funds for those projects will come from.

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3:54 pm
Wed December 10, 2003

Congressional Corner with NY's Maurice Hinchey 12/10/03

Albany, NY – The Senate has delayed their vote on the omnibus spending bill the House just recently passed untill they reconvene in the new year. New York's Maurice Hinchey joins us in the Congressional Corner today to talk about some of the intricacies of this huge spending bill.

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12:19 pm
Wed December 10, 2003

Congressional Corner with CT's Rob Simmons 12/09/03

Albany, NY – Connecticut's Robert Simmons and our own Alan Chartock wrap up their conversation today in the Congressional Corner. Iraq is the topic at hand and Rob and Alan discuss the term 'occupation' and the comparisons made by some to Vietnam.

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