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Analysis: Redskins, Confrontation At Capitol, And Minimum Wage

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D.C.'s leaders challenged Democrats in Congress and President Obama over the government shutdown, meanwhile the District, and Montgomery and Prince George's Counties consider a regional minimum wage hike and Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder responds again to continuing calls to change the team's name.

Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney, joined WAMU Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey to discuss the week's news.

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