A look ahead to the Senate confirmation hearings

Friday, January 02, 2009

Senate confirmation hearings begin next week with Ted Kennedy returning to the Senate to take the lead. We’re taking a look ahead to what we should be keeping our eyes on as Hillary Rodham Clinton, Tom Daschle, Eric Holder and others face their friends (and sometimes enemies) the United States Senators. The Takeaway is joined by New York Times writer David Herszenhorn.

Guests:

David Herszenhorn

Contributors:

Noel King

Comments [2]

Joel Friedland

John expressed more concern for business with regard to Obama's proposed Labor Sec'y than NPR has expressed concern for union members in the past eight years while they have have been ill-served by Elaine Chao, Mitch McConnell's wife, the current Labor Sec'y.

Jan. 02 2009 08:53 AM
mlocker

Do you think the senators will be able to be unbiased when grilling their friends?

Jan. 02 2009 08:40 AM

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