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AIR DATE: April 27, 2010

Right now, the hot topic in Washington, D.C. are plans for new federal regulations. Congress is setting new regulations to crack down on Wall Street, saying it doesn't want to repeat the past mistakes that got the country into this economic mess. Senator Harry Reid joins us to talk about the new rules, and why he thinks it will be different this time around.

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Sen Harry Reid, [D-NV], Dem Majority Leader

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