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Reid Keeping Congress Until Jan. 4?

Reid Keeping Congress Until Jan. 4?

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Senate majority leader Harry Reid indicated on Tuesday that he may call the Senate back to work after Christmas should work not be finished on legislation like the DREAM Act and the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell."

Reid told reporters he's aware that Christmas is a week from Saturday, but he hopes Congress will work up until then. He also indicated he may push for senators to return to work between Christmas and New Year's Day, and possibly until January 4, to complete their goals. The Senate introduced a stand-alone bill to repeal DADT on Friday, and the House introduced an identical bill on Tuesday.

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