Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship The current congressional session has been marred by bitter complaints of partisan politics. Two key Senate leaders agree parties have taken precedence over progress, but cite some recent legislation as a hopeful trend. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, a Republican from Tennessee, and Senate Minority Whip Harry Reid, a Democrat from Nevada.
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Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship

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Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship

Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship

Frist, Reid Address Congressional Partisanship

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The current congressional session has been marred by bitter complaints of partisan politics. Two key Senate leaders agree parties have taken precedence over progress, but cite some recent legislation as a hopeful trend. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep, Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, a Republican from Tennessee, and Senate Minority Whip Harry Reid, a Democrat from Nevada.