Iowa's Leach Reflects on 30 Years in the House

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Rep. Jim Leach (R-IA), considered a moderate Republican, will leave the House after 30 years as change comes to Congress. He lost his seat in part because he voted against the war in Iraq. He talks about his time on Capitol Hill with Madeleine Brand.

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