Obama Appointments Create Ripple Effect

President-elect Barack Obama has been attempting to quickly fill key White House and Cabinet positions. This week, he picked New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano and Gov. Bill Richardson of New Mexico to fill Cabinet posts. Those appointees will leave unsettled political situations at home.

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