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Government Shutdown / A Deal / Israel, Salmon Interviews #1053450

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 16, 2013
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(Capitol Hill: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Democratic Representative Steve Israel about the Congressional votes to reopen the government. [ISRAEL - says this will pass; comments on President Obama speaking tonight; assesses the prospects for negotiations with the government open and without default; comments on the demand for access to the Affordable Care Act and how Americans want the middle ground/common sense without manufactured crises.

(Capitol Hill: Anderson Cooper) The view from Congress heard. [Representative Peter KING, Senator John MCCAIN, two REPRESENTATIVES - comment on what has happened.] [In live interview, Republican Representative Matt SALMON†- suggests some positive things were accomplished; criticizes Obamacare; predicts the focus will now be on HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius††, who is running Obamacare.]

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