105th Congress - Wrap Up

GUESTS: Mara Liasson NPR's White House Correspsondent Jay Carney Congressional Correspondent, Time magazine Ed Henry Managing Editor, Roll Call The 105th Congress was scheduled to wrap up its work on Friday before heading home for mid-term elections. Because members of the House and Senate have been embroiled in debate over impeachment, important policy decisions were left until the last minute. Will the 105th Congress be remembered more for the work it didn't take up than for what it accomplished? Join Ray Suarez and guests for a look at the legacy of the 105th Congress ...



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