A busy week on Capitol Hill

Monday, January 12, 2009

Obama may not be President yet, but Congress isn’t waiting around for him to get to work. This is a big week on Capitol Hill, with confirmation hearings for several cabinet members, plus the likely resolution of the Roland Burris question, and even some new legislation. Todd Zwillich, a reporter for Capitol News Connection, joins The Takeaway with an update.

"Just because everyone is feeling great about Barack Obama doesn't mean the Senate is in his pocket."
— Todd Zwillich on the U.S. Senate and their relationship with President-elect Obama

Guests:

Todd Zwillich

Contributors:

Nadia Zonis

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