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Congress / Agenda #1086346

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 05, 2014
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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.

(Washington: Sunlen Serfaty) The question of whether Congress can get anything done when it returns to work this week examined; details given about the agenda for this year, including confirming Janet Yellen† to head the Federal Reserve Board, unemployment benefits, funding the government, the debt ceiling, immigration reform, and Obamacare; findings of a poll on this Congress cited. [Comedian Jimmy KIMMEL††- jokes about this unproductive Congress.] [Senators Harry REID†, Rand PAUL†, 2 MEN, Representative Eric CANTOR†† – comment.] [MAN – says these are not likely to be times of large, fruitful legislative harvest.]

Savidge, Martin;
Serfaty, Sunlen

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