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As the second-ranking Democrat in the U.S. House, Steny Hoyer has a seat at the table in virtually every major national policy debate. But as one of the senior lawmakers from Maryland, he also carries a responsibility to represent his district and the Washington region. Kojo chats with Hoyer about his priorities for the year and what he sees at stake for the Washington area in upcoming political debates.
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