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Roundtable: Not A Single GOP Vote For Obama's Plan

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The House of Representatives approves a stimulus package with no GOP votes, and the Illinois senate ousts Rod Blagojevich as the state governor.

On today's reporters' roundtable, Tony Cox discusses the week's top headlines with Marc Caputo, a state policy and politics reporter for The Miami Herald, Callie Crossley, a commentator for the media criticism program, Beat the Press, and Jenee Darden, a freelance reporter based in Los Angeles.

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