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    Congressional Oversight

    Representative Davis, the outgoing chairman of the House Government Reform Committee, talks about the role of government oversight in the 109th and the 110th Congresses. He responded…

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    Capitol Hill Stories

    The guest talked about his The Hill article on the accomplishments of the 109th Congress.

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    Capitol Hill Stories

    The guest reported on the congressional agenda for the “lame duck” session.

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    Capitol Hill Stories

    Mr. Curran reported by remote connection on the ‘lame duck’ congressional agenda this week and after the Thanksgiving recess.

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were opened for viewer comments on whether the ‘lame duck’ congressional session will do a lot or a little.

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    Democratic Congressional Agenda

    The House and Senate Democratic leaders talked with reporters about their agenda heading into the November elections. Topics included the war in Iraq, the recommendations of the…

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    Congressional Agenda

    Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey talked about the legislative action remaining for Congress when it resumed in September, including passage of a telecommunications bill that he…

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    Democratic Radio Address

    In the weekly Democratic radio address Senator Salazar reviewed the work of the 109th Congress. He criticized Republicans for giving in to special interests. He talked about the…

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    Republican Legislative Agenda Review

    Senate Republican leaders held a press conference to highlight the accomplishments of the 109th Congress. Topics included economic growth, energy independence, and national security.

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    Republican Rally

    Republican leaders spoke to reporters on the steps of the U.S. Capitol about their legislative agenda and progress made prior to their St. Patrick’s recess.

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    End of Session Business

    Mr. Shaw talked about consideration of several spending measures, the extension of the Patriot Act, and parliamentary procedures invoked by the House and Senate in the final days of…

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    House Session

    The House met overnight in order to complete business prior to adjourning the first session of the 109th Congress.

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    Congressional Reform

    Moderated by Mr. Lilly, congressional Democrats and others talked about proposed changes in the rules and procedures of the U.S. House of Representatives. Among the topics they…

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    Capitol Hill Stories

    Mr. Curran reported from his newsroom on the Congressional agenda, including the Supreme Court vacancy, the appropriations and transportation bills, and the renewal of the Voting…

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    Capitol Hill Stories

    Mr. Kane discussed how Senators Specter, Warner, and Collins could tip the balance in a vote to confirm John Bolton as United Nations ambassador by the Senate.

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    Congressional Issues

    Mr. Tyrrell talked about House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, the threatened Senate filibuster, and other congressional issues. He responded to telephone calls, faxes, and e-mails…

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    Congressional Issues

    Ruth Marcus talked about her recent columns on House Majority Leader Tom DeLay as well as other congressional issues. She responded to calls, faxes, and e-mails from viewers.

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    Congressional Agenda

    Ms. Seabrook talked about current legislation being debated in Congress.

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    Congressional Agenda

    Mr. Dinan talked about the congressional legislative agenda.

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    Congressional Agenda

    Mr. Swindell talked about legislation now in both houses of Congress.

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