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Public Opinion Along Route 50

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Public Opinion Along Route 50

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Public Opinion Along Route 50

Public Opinion Along Route 50

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Residents along Route 50, which runs from California to the nation's capital, discuss whether the Democratic-led Congress addressed their concerns this year. The residents — Jean Fox in Rancho Cordova, Calif., Jerre Church in La Junta, Colo., Dave Burt in Flora, Ill., and Jean Ackerman in Milford, Ohio — are concerned about the economy. They were part of a series of conversations at the beginning of the year when NPR talked about the power in Congress changing hands. Route 50 runs from California to the nation's capital.