David Gura, assistant editor of NPR's Talk of the Nation
This has been a big week politically: The president has dealt with pirates and international policy. A three-judge panel declared Al Franken victor over Norm Coleman in the super-drawn-out Minnesota Senate race. Coleman for his part argued that some Minnesotans had been disenfranchised by the decision and vowed to take it to the state's highest court.
For this week's chat, Ken Rudin will be joined by Minnesota Public Radio's Elizabeth Stawicki to talk about what's next in the fight for the seat. What will the Minnesota Supreme Court decide? Does Coleman take it all the way up to the Supreme Court? When will it end, and what kind of political power could this give President Obama?
Joanne Bamberger, who blogs as PunditMom, also joins the panel and discusses the week's other political news.
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