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Politics: Government Shutdown #1057660

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Sep 28, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) The House vote tonight on a spending bill that would delay the rollout of Obamacare and repeal a tax on medical devices noted. [Representative Darrell ISSA†- denies the bill is doomed to fail.]

(Capitol: Dana Bash) Live interview held with Issa about the bill. [ISSA – says a Senate that won’t compromise means anything we offer is dead on arrival; says the president will talk to and compromise with the dictator of Iran but won’t talk to Speaker of the House John Boehner; says there are things that should be negotiated; says the Senate & President Obama won’t compromise; talks about the medical device tax.]

Lemon, Don;
Bash, Dana

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