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How a freshman Congresswoman spent 4 days in limbo before she was sworn-in

NPR’s A Martinez talks to newly sworn-in U.S. Rep. Andrea Salinas of Oregon, about joining Congress following a hard-fought, expensive campaign against a Republican multimillionaire.

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