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Homeland Security Issue Tops Lame-Duck Session

NPR's David Welna, Pam Fessler and Mara Liasson
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Members of the House and Senate return to Washington for a "lame-duck" session of the 107th Congress. Meanwhile, the White House and lawmakers reach agreement on a compromise plan to create a new Department of Homeland Security. Hear NPR's David Welna, Pam Fessler and Mara Liasson.

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