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Power Breakfast: U.S. Policy Toward Latin America

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This afternoon, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee assembles to discuss Latin America. The hearing marks an end-point for one of the committee's senior members: Sen. Chris Dodd of Connecticut. Russ Feingold lost his reelection bid in Wisconsin, so he'll be leaving also.

One area that may see change, once the chairs have shuffled and the dust has settled, is U.S. policy toward Latin America.

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