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America Seen Through the Eyes of Two Governors

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America Seen Through the Eyes of Two Governors

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America Seen Through the Eyes of Two Governors

America Seen Through the Eyes of Two Governors

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Earlier this week, the nation's governors concluded their annual meeting. NPR's Renee Montagne talks with two governors — Democrat Janet Napolitano of Arizona and Republican Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota — about their state's economy, presidential politics and the public's view of the war in Iraq.

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