Can There Be Cooperation In Washington D.C.?
One of the biggest complaints of voters on Election Day was gridlock and partisan politics in Washington. Same president, same balance of power in Congress, and they've had difficulty getting anything done for the past few years. So, can there be cooperation now? KDKA's John Shumway reports.
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