Hill Turns Down Testing For Lawmakers : Politics Podcast The top lawmakers on Capitol Hill, both up for reelection this year, denied the administration's offer of more testing for lawmakers. Many Americans remain concerned about the availability of testing in the United States.

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In Rare Bipartisan Move, Pelosi and McConnell Turn Down Tests For Lawmakers

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In Rare Bipartisan Move, Pelosi and McConnell Turn Down Tests For Lawmakers

In Rare Bipartisan Move, Pelosi and McConnell Turn Down Tests For Lawmakers

In Rare Bipartisan Move, Pelosi and McConnell Turn Down Tests For Lawmakers

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The top lawmakers on Capitol Hill, both up for reelection this year, denied the administration's offer of more testing for lawmakers. Many Americans remain concerned about the availability of testing in the United States. And exclusive NPR reporting sheds light on what the president was told in January coronavirus briefings.

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