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Washington Journal for Tuesday, January 29

Washington, DC
Tuesday, January 29, 2013

7:05am   On the Phone: Humberto Sanchez, Roll Call Staff Writer

Topic:  Guest will explain the bipartisan immigration reform proposal Senators outlined yesterday (Monday) and talk about its expected reception in Congress. 

7:45am   Rep. Luke Messer (R-IN), Republican Freshman Class President

Topic: Guest will discuss his background and goals as a new member of Congress; the agenda, concerns, and tactics of the incoming class of House GOP Freshmen; how the new class of freshmen differs from previous classes; and key budget debates ahead, including the debt ceiling and sequestration.

8:30am   Rep. John Delaney (D-MD) , 6th District, Financial Services Committee

Topic: Guest, a freshman House Democrat with a CEO background, will talk about his priorities for his first term and address issues of importance to him, including increasing American competitiveness and reforming banking, housing and taxes.

9:15am   J. Peter Pham, Atlantic Council Ansari Africa Center Director

Topic: With the recent terrorist attack at the gas complex in Algeria and the recent attacks by militant groups against government forces in Mali, our guest joins us to discuss the influence of al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups in North Africa. 

Updated: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at 8am (ET)

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