Senate Republicans Go On 21-Hour Filibuster
Early this afternoon, the Senate is expected to reject a House bill that funds the government, but also cuts the money needed to pay for the President's new health care law. But before the test vote a small group of Senate Republicans made a final stand. They talked for more than 21 hours straight (1:46).
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