Congressman Mike Turner

Military
6:56 pm
Tue September 17, 2013

IG Report Details Faulty Security at US Naval Bases

A report on security at US Naval bases was due to congress on Monday - the day a shooter killed 12 people at the Naval Yard in Washington DC, and Congressman Mike Turner, of Ohio' 10th district, is now asking the US Navy to tighten it's vetting process for security clearance. 

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Politics
7:31 am
Thu September 12, 2013

GM "Pressured" To Restore Delphi Union Pensions During Auto Bailout

Congressman Mike Turner (R)
Credit WYSO

Lawmakers on Capital Hill Wednesday heard testimony surrounding the Treasury Department’s role in the loss of pensions for Delphi salaried employees, shedding new light on how the decisions were made.

The hearing surrounded a report by the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP)*. It finds that General Motors was pressured by union contracts and time restraints to restore the pensions of union employees, while non-salaried employees lost 30 to 70 percent of their pensions.

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Politics
6:28 am
Mon September 9, 2013

Ohio Lawmakers Face Decision In Syria And Political Fall Out

Ohio Representatives are expressing a variety of questions and concerns regarding whether or not to support President Obama's call for military action in Syria. The Columbus Dispatch's Jessica Wehrman speaks to Emily McCord in the weekly segment, PoliticsOhio. Werhman reports that this is not the usual party-line disagreement and says she'll be watching Speaker of the House, John Boehner, closely in the next few weeks, as he is the only Republican from Ohio that is backing the President's plan.

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Politics
6:36 am
Fri September 6, 2013

Ohio Reps Question Syria Plans As Vote To Use Force Nears

Congress will face a choice about whether to approve President Obama’s call to use military force in Syria when it returns to session next week. Obama made his case for a limited military strike against Syria after mounting evidence that President Bashar Assad used chemical weapons.

The plan is raising concerns from Ohio lawmakers. Republican Senator Rob Portman, says he could support a limited strike, but he think the United States shouldn’t go it alone, if at all.

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Statewide News
7:41 am
Thu September 5, 2013

Dayton Business Leaders Say Ohio Is Ready For UAS Testing

Congressman Mike Turner (R) with Dayton Business Leaders at UAS Meeting
Credit Emily McCord

Unmanned Aerial Systems, or UAS, was the focus of an informational meeting Wednesday in Xenia. Ohio has partnered with Indiana and applied to become one of six national centers for unmanned systems and Congressman Mike Turner with the Dayton Development Coalition held the meeting to build awareness about what UAS could bring to Ohio.

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