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Returning US Lawmakers Face Debt Ceiling, Immigrationi
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January 04, 2014
Statistics show that last year’s session of Congress was the least productive in history, with the Democratic-led Senate and the Republican-led House of Representatives far apart on most critical issues. Now, lawmakers are heading back to Capitol Hill for a fresh start in 2014, with plenty of unfinished business to take care of, including passing a Farm Bill, raising the debt ceiling and dealing with immigration reform. VOA’s Congressional Correspondent Cindy Saine looks at some of the challenges ahead.

Returning US Lawmakers Face Debt Ceiling, Immigration

Published January 04, 2014

Statistics show that last year’s session of Congress was the least productive in history, with the Democratic-led Senate and the Republican-led House of Representatives far apart on most critical issues. Now, lawmakers are heading back to Capitol Hill for a fresh start in 2014, with plenty of unfinished business to take care of, including passing a Farm Bill, raising the debt ceiling and dealing with immigration reform. VOA’s Congressional Correspondent Cindy Saine looks at some of the challenges ahead.


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