Washington used to be a place where votes ended and friendship began, despite political party or label. Lawmakers -- like Republican President Ronald Reagan and Democratic Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill -- could legislate by day, and share a drink at night.
In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, No Labels Co-Chair Jon Huntsman talks about the importance of working together, writers were not impressed with President Obama's latest address and there is a hold up on immigration.
Residents of Sunderland, Massachusetts, came together this weekend to vote on a budget. In just two hours, 83 people agreed on how they would fund their town -- overcoming their differences to find solutions.
In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, we talk about the sometimes unknown common ground that does exist between opposing parties and how democracy suffers when politics gets in the way of problem solving.