PoliticalNews.me - Nov 29,2010 - WASHINGTON U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today talked with New Mexico radio reports about the Congressional lame duck session and other topics. Bingaman's remarks can be retrieved and followed:
00:00 Bingaman gives a brief overview of the Senate schedule for the second week of the lame duck session.
01:43 Bingaman talks about extending tax cuts to the middle class.
04:58 Bingaman talks about the food safety bill that is currently pending before the Senate.
06:01 Bingaman comments on the President's call for freezing federal worker pay.
07:45 Bingaman comments on North Korea attacks in the Yellow Sea and possible actions by South Korea.
11:25 Bingaman comments on the release of more than a quarter million classified State Department documents.
About Senator Jeff Bingaman
Jeff Bingaman grew up in Silver City in a family with deep New Mexico small town roots. His father was a science professor at Western New Mexico University, and his mother taught in the public schools. He graduated from high school in Silver City. After graduating from Harvard University, he earned a law degree at Stanford. There he met fellow law student Anne Kovacovich. After graduation, they married and returned to New Mexico, where they both practiced law, and their son, John, was born.