Hall Leaves Congress for U.N. Post

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with former Ohio Congressman Tony Hall. Hall, a Democrat, resigned his House seat earlier this month to accept an Ambassador's post to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Agency. The Bush administration offered Hall the post. It's a dream come true for the long-time hunger advocate — but a nightmare for Democrats trying to gain control of the House in the coming elections.



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