Political Junkie: Bolten; Immigration; a Bush Censure?

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There's a new White House chief of staff; there's a vigorous debate on Capitol Hill and in the streets of major cities over U.S. immigration law; and a proposal to censure President Bush for a warrantless domestic surveillance program continues to divide Democrats.


Ken Rudin, NPR political editor; author of the NPR.org column "Political Junkie."

Leon Panetta, former chief of staff to President Clinton (1994-1997); director of the Panetta Institute in Monterey, Calif.



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