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Senator Reid and the Budget Crisis
Senator Reid and the Budget Crisis

AIR DATE: April 13, 2011

As Senate Majority leader, Sen. Harry Reid has been at the center of negotiations to avert a budget shutdown. The crisis was only resolved at the eleventh hour on Friday night. We discuss the role Sen. Reid played in those negotiations and what is likely to happen in the coming weeks as the Congress grapples with a new budget and raising the nation's debt, which will have to be done by May.
Manu Raju, congressional correspondent,

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