On Hill, Toughest Debate Is Often What To Do First NPR's Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says the congressional fight over the financial overhaul is obscuring a series of issues facing Congress that are arguably more important in the long run — all concern energy.
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On Hill, Toughest Debate Is Often What To Do First

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On Hill, Toughest Debate Is Often What To Do First

On Hill, Toughest Debate Is Often What To Do First

On Hill, Toughest Debate Is Often What To Do First

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NPR's Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says the congressional fight over the financial overhaul is obscuring a series of issues facing Congress that are arguably more important in the long run — all concern energy.

MICHELE NORRIS, Host:

As NPR's senior news analyst, Daniel Schorr, points out, sometimes, the toughest decision before Congress is what to do first.

DANIEL SCHORR: This is Daniel Schorr.

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