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Congress: Bunning's Stand / Unemployment Benefits #960227

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 01, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The position taken by Senator Jim Bunning on holding up unemployment benefits introduced. [BUNNING - complains about missing a basketball game.]

(Washington: Dana Bash) Bunning's hold up of a 10 billion dollar measure featured; scenes shown of reporters trying to interview the senator; details given of the furlough of 2,000 construction workers & of what is being blocked. [In the Senate, BUNNING - says we need to find the money.] [Senator Harry REID - responds.] The lack of support for "lone soldier" Bunning from fellow Republicans discussed.

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Bash, Dana

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