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Route 50 Voters Speak Out on the New Congress

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Route 50 Voters Speak Out on the New Congress

Route 50 Voters Speak Out on the New Congress

Route 50 Voters Speak Out on the New Congress

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Four voters who live along U.S. Route 50 in California and Nevada talk about their expectations for the upcoming Congress. The economy and immigration are two issues the voters hope the new Congress will address.

Steve Inskeep speaks with Mickey Fausett in West Sacramento, Calif., Jean Fox in Rancho Cordova, Calif., Len Semas in Carson City, Nev., and Jim Ithurralde in Eureka, Nev.

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