'No Labels' Look For Political Common Ground

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Ken Rudin, political editor, NPR
Bill Galston, founding leader, No Labels

Bipartisanship is getting harder and harder to find on Capitol Hill, and in political conversations across the nation. A new group called the "No Labels" is bucking the trend. Founding leader Bill Galston talks about the search for common ground in government.

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