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In today's Problem-Solver's Daily, Cory Booker might get attacked for his friendship with Gov. Chris Christie, the student loan debate rolls on and the unemployment rate remains unchanged.

Maine Senate hopeful Angus King is running as an independent and has yet to decide who he will caucus with. "My principal issue is the functioning of the Senate," King says. "I'm not arrogant or naive enough to think that one guy from Maine is going to be able to fundamentally change this structure, but I do think you've got to start somewhere, and I do think I can be a catalyst for it."

What do Cory Booker, Michael Bloomberg, Antonio Villaraigosa, Scott Avedisian and Mitch Landrieu have in common?

When it works, politics is played between the 40 yard lines -- or that's where most of the action takes place. But when that middle ground is lost and each side is playing inside its own 20, nothing happens.

Yesterday the Senate passed bipartisan legislation by a 78-20 vote -- and it didn't just name a post office. The legislation reauthorized the 80-year-old Export-Import Bank, which makes loan guarantees to foreign buyers who seek to do business with U.S. exporters.

No Labels is high-fiving Newark Mayor Cory Booker for courageous saving his neighbor from her burning home.

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From the Blog

  • March 24, 2015
    No Labels
    What could possibly cause the senators to stay up past their bedtime? The not-quite-yearly but still semi-frequent budget reconciliation.
  • March 23, 2015
    Nick Laughlin
    Much like your irresponsible sibling, the federal government can't resist spending even when the money isn't there. In order to maintain this habit, the government consistently borrows money from others, including countries like China. The result of this borrowing is an ever-growing mountain of debt.

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