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Congressional Races, Strategies Take Shape

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With a lull in the race for the GOP presidential nomination, it's a good time to take a look at the campaign for control of the House of Representatives, which controls the federal budget. Host Scott Simon talks to American Enterprise Institute's Norm Ornstein about congressional races.
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