Candidates Make Closing Iowa Arguments On the eve of the Iowa caucuses, polls show tight races in both parties. Our political experts cover the buzz in Iowa and legislation to expand government-sponsored health insurance for children.
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Candidates Make Closing Iowa Arguments

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Candidates Make Closing Iowa Arguments

Candidates Make Closing Iowa Arguments

Candidates Make Closing Iowa Arguments

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On the eve of the Iowa caucuses, polls show tight races in both parties. Our political experts cover the buzz in Iowa and President Bush's legislation to expand government-sponsored health insurance for children.

Farai Chideya talks politics with Donna Brazile — a nationally syndicated columnist who also teaches at Georgetown University — and Robert Traynham, D.C. Bureau Chief for the Comcast cable network, CN8.

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