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Week In News: Economic State, Power Of NSA

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This week President Obama crossed the country, talking about the economy, and Congress attempted to pass a bill limiting the power of the National Security Agency. Host Jacki Lyden talks to Doyle McManus, Washington correspondent for The Los Angeles Times, about the biggest stories in the news this week.
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