|Full Name:||James 'Jim' Turner|
|Family:||Wife: Ginny; 2 Children: John, Susan|
|Birth Place:||Fort Lewis, WA|
|Home City:||Crockett, TX|
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Oct. 8, 2004 - Defines the responsibilities of the National Intelligence Director, which include unifying the intelligence community, directing the NCTC, developing interagency counter-terrorism plans, and serving as ...
Oct. 7, 2004 - Provides an estimated $145 billion in new tax reductions to U.S. corporations over the next 10 years. Reduces the corporate tax rate ...
Sept. 23, 2004 - Provides a five year extension on the $1,000/per child tax credit (Sec. 101). Ensures that tax relief for taxpayers in the 10% ...
July 15, 2004 - "Dear Secretary Ridge, "We are deeply troubled by reports that the Department of Homeland Security has asked the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel to ...
June 7, 2004 - Turner Statement on Passing of Former President Reagan WASHINGTON, D.C.- Congressman Jim Turner (D-Crockett) released the following statement on the death of former President Ronald ...
May 5, 2004 - Congressional Democrats Call on Chairman Hunter to Help Military Widows May 5, 2004 Washington, D.C.-House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and 168 House Democrats sent a ...
|1999||International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Positions||50%|
|1999-2000||The Humane Society Legislative Fund Positions||25%|
|2003-2004||National Rural Health Association Positions||0%|
|Cash On Hand||$996,939.08|
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