Should Governors Name Senators For Vacant Seats? NPR's Political Editor Ken Rudin talks about the growing economic stimulus package, cabinet confirmations and the swearing in of New York's new junior senator. Also, Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) discusses his proposal to end gubernatorial appointments for senate vacancies.
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Should Governors Name Senators For Vacant Seats?

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Should Governors Name Senators For Vacant Seats?

Should Governors Name Senators For Vacant Seats?

Should Governors Name Senators For Vacant Seats?

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NPR's Political Editor Ken Rudin talks about the growing economic stimulus package, cabinet confirmations and the swearing in of New York's new junior senator. Also, Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) discusses his proposal to end gubernatorial appointments for senate vacancies.