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Congressman Anthony Weiner

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August Recess Day One: Anthony Weiner

Monday, August 03, 2009

Congressman Anthony Weiner and the rest of the House of Representatives are back in their home districts for the month of August. What does he expect to hear from constituents, and how will those conversations shape the health care debate once everyone returns to Washington?

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Back In Town

Monday, August 03, 2009

Today is the first day of House of Representative’s August break, and what Congressmen hear from their constituents back home could dictate the shape of health care reform once they return to Washington. Anthony Weiner discusses what he hopes to accomplish this month, and why the House couldn’t get reform ...

Rep. Anthony Weiner on the Blue Dogs' Deal

Thursday, July 30, 2009

The Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Henry Waxman, who drafted the health care bill, and Blue Dog Democrats, the fiscally conservative wing of the Democratic party, reached an agreement yesterday that would slash approximately $100 million dollars from the health care reform bill. This has enraged some progressive Democrats in the House, who want a public option included in the bill. One of those progressive House Democrats joins us from Washington, D.C.: Congressman Anthony Weiner, Democrat from New York's 9th District.

"The right has done a remarkably good job, with the help of the insurance companies, of focusing only on the cost to government, but the cost to citizens overall is going to be way down."
—Rep. Anthony Weiner on health care reform

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Health Reform Markup

Friday, July 17, 2009

Anthony Weiner, U.S. Congressman (D-NY 9th - parts of Brooklyn and Queens) weighs in as the Energy and Commerce Committee starts the process of proposing amendments to the House Health Reform bill.

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Health Care, NAACP, HP

Friday, July 17, 2009

Three House committees are starting to markup the healthcare reform bill. Brooklyn Congressman Anthony Weiner, a member of the Energy and Commerce committee, talks about the markup process and the bill’s prospects. Plus: President Obama at the NAACP and campaigning for Gov. Corzine; the latest learning on learning; and generation ...

Still on the Hill

Monday, June 01, 2009

Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY 9th) talks about dropping out of the mayor's race and what his priorities are now that he's back to being a full-time representative.

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Don’t Break Stride

Monday, June 01, 2009

Anthony Weiner may no longer be a candidate for Mayor, but his work as Congressman continues. He discusses his decision to drop out of the race and his current legislative priorities. Plus, Gail Collins of the New York Times on student loan lender dirty tricks; Doug Rushkoff on how the ...

CUNY Growth

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Congressman Anthony Weiner (D-NY 9th) talks about the 33% jump in financial aid applications at CUNY and what the city, state, and federal governments are doing to help students afford higher education.

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Stimulating

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Andrea Bernstein and Michael Grabell discuss the results of a joint investigation between WNYC and Pro Publica into the details of the stimulus package, and what New York stands to receive. Then, Congressman Anthony Weiner (D- Brooklyn and Queens), on what he sees in the bill for the ...

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Monday Morning Political Roundup

Monday, December 08, 2008

Anthony Weiner, Democratic Congressman from New York's 9th District and Leonard Lance, freshman congressman from New Jersey's 7th district, review Barack Obama's appearance on Meet The Press.

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Long Term

Friday, October 17, 2008

New York Congressman Anthony Weiner(D-9), discusses his view of Mayor Bloomberg's bid for a third term and who should get the final word on term limits.

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High Cost of Renting

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Congressman Anthony Weiner (D, Brooklyn & Queens) tells us that an increasing number of New Yorkers pay at least 50% of their income in rent, according to his recent survey.

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