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Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship

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Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship

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Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship

Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship

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The current congressional session has been marred by bitter complaints of partisan politics. Two key Senate leaders agree parties have taken precedence over progress, but cite some recent legislation as a hopeful trend. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, a Republican from Tennessee, and Senate Minority Whip Harry Reid, a Democrat from Nevada.