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ENG: Michael R. "Mike" Turner (born January 11, 1960) is the U.S. Representative for Ohio's 10th congressional district, serving in Congress since 2003. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district covers most of the city of Dayton. Early life, education and career Turner, a non-denominational Protestant Christian, was born in Dayton, Ohio in 1960 to Vivian and Ray Turner. His mother was a teacher in the Wayne School system in Huber Heights and his father worked as a member of IUE Local 801 for 42 years after serving in the military. Turner was raised in East Dayton and has one sister. Turner graduated from Belmont High School in 1978 and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the Ohio Northern University in 1982, a Juris Doctor from Case Western ...
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Turner announces legislation to eliminate Obamacare tax...


Congressman Mike Turner has announced the reintroduction of legislation which would repeal the Obamacare excise tax on first responder equipment. Elimination of this tax, which was signed into law one year ago today, will help businesses like Clinton County manufacturer Ferno–Washington, Inc. create jobs and grow the economy.“This provision in Obamacare places an undue burden on manufacturers of life saving equipment. Driving up the cost of their products discourages budget strained municipalities from investing in new equipment, and stunts the growth of our struggling ...


Turner opposes possible Air Force program leadership ...


U.S. Rep. Mike Turner, R-Centerville, concerned that the Air Force might relocate the leadership of a program at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to Alabama, said Tuesday he will propose to block spending for any such transfer until the Air Force explains whether it would benefit taxpayers. His proposal is to be offered as an amendment to the defense spending legislation that the U.S. House is to debate and vote on this week. Turner said he is concerned about a possible consolidation that could move the leadership of the enterprise logistics program to Gunter Annex, part of the nearby Maxwell ...


Cyberspace attacks increasing, military security leader says


The rate of cyberspace attacks on U.S. military networks and the means of achieving them are increasing rapidly, making cyber education within American armed forces all the more critical, the director of the National Security Agency said Monday. Outsiders scan U.S. military networks an average of 250,000 times an hour, or 6 million times each day, Army Gen. Keith B. Alexander said. Manufacturers of computer security equipment have estimated that 55,000 new pieces of malicious software, or malware, are evident each day, he said. U.S. military personnel responsible for computer networks are ...


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TN House Dems Warn of “Fiscal, Moral Disaster” At Years End
Press release from the Tennessee House Democratic Caucus; December 3, 2013: 28 Days until Fiscal and Moral Disaster NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In 28 days, Tennessee’s Republican leadership is poised to make the greatest fiscal, economic and moral blunder in decades. According to reports in the Tennessean, the Governor’s decision to put politics above policy is already resulting in layoffs and hiring freezes in hospitals across the state – a trend that will only worsen as the full impact of Governor Haslam’s decision goes into effect on January 1, 2014. “The indifference shown by Governor Haslam and Tennessee’s Republican leaders is truly remarkable given the stakes,” said House Democratic Caucus Chairman Mike Turner. “There has never been an easier way for the state of Tennessee to improve the lives of its citizens without having to spend a single dime in state funds for years to come.” When the 2010 Affordable Care Act was passed, hospitals struck a bargain with the federa
TN House Dems: GOP Policies Causing TN Workers to be ‘Left Behind’ in Economic Recovery
Press release from the Tennessee House Democratic Caucus; November 22, 2013: NASHVILLE, Tenn. (11/22/13) – Figures released from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that Tennessee has one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation. At 8.4%, Tennessee is tied for 42nd in unemployment. “Unfortunately for Tennesseans, the Republicans are winning their war on working people,” said House Democratic Caucus Chairman Mike Turner (D-Nashville). “The GOP promised that if we gutted worker and consumer protections that we would become an oasis of job creation. Instead, our workers are being left behind in an economic recovery that has led to lower unemployment numbers in most other states.” Tennessee’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained stagnant at 8.4% in October while 28 other states saw decreases in their unemployment. Earlier this month, Tennessee’s Comptroller released a scathing report indicating that the Haslam administration failed to adequately account for b
TNHDC: Haslam Letter to HHS Latest ‘Farce’ in ‘Continued Obstruction’ to TennCare Expansion
Press release from the Tennessee House Democratic Caucus; December 10, 2013: Haslam Letter to Sebelius a Farce The time to act is now on the Medicaid expansion. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Late yesterday, Governor Haslam released a letter to Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius regarding his continued obstruction of Medicaid expansion in Tennessee. “The Governor’s letter is simply the latest in a series of farces,” said House Democratic Leader Craig Fitzhugh. “It’s more of the same hand-wringing, ducking and dodging we’ve come to expect from this administration, all in an attempt to absolve themselves of the worst moral and mathematical failure in a generation—denying health care to 330,000 working Tennesseans.” Governor Haslam’s letter offers no specific proposals, instead laying out a series of complaints and concerns about the overall Affordable Care Act. It offers no details about the so-called “Tennessee Plan,” which the Governor has yet to provid
Amid Looming Budget Issues, Haslam Doubles Down on Tax Cut Rhetoric
Gov. Bill Haslam has acknowledged that decreasing state revenues will make producing a new budget more difficult this year than any other he’s faced since taking office. But the governor, speaking to a Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce luncheon in Murfreesboro this week, said the tax cuts he’s supported in the past were intended to attract and retain capital in the state, and as such the right thing to do. “Businesses do look at the taxes they pay — it’s just a fact of life. And so, we’ve worked on making certain that Tennessee stays what it’s historically been: one of the lowest tax states,” Haslam said. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmpX52tbe6c The Tennessee General Assembly has cut about $160 million a year in taxes, Haslam said. The taxes cut include the Hall Income Tax, a 10 percent cut from the grocery tax, the gift tax, which Tennessee was one of only two states with a tax on, and the inheritance tax. “Prior to this in Tennessee, if yo



 
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