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Watching Washington Week for 50 years

February 24, 2017
When Verna started watching Washington Week as a teenager in 1967, her mother made her "sit there and watch." Well, 50 years later, the tradition stuck. Verna says she grew to love the show, especially in the last 10 years. Thanks for watching!
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50 years of Washington Week: "A good representation of the country"

February 24, 2017
As Washington Week celebrates 50 years on the air, we asked our viewers what they like about the show.
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"A review encapsulating the news of the week"

February 24, 2017
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, we asked people why they watch Washington Week.
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Latino activists fight Trump's agenda and Democrats search for new leader and path forward

February 24, 2017
Hispanic political operatives are meeting to figure out how to combat Trump's immigration agenda.
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Three generations of Washington Week watchers

February 23, 2017
Today is Washington Week’s 50th anniversary! Thank you to everyone who has watched the show for so many years. One couple we met in Colorado has been watching since the early days and have passed the tradition on to their daughter! Thank you for 50 great years!
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Celebrating 50 years of Washington Week with announcer Paul Anthony

February 22, 2017
As Washington Week celebrates its 50th anniversary, Paul Anthony, the program’s announcer from the very beginning, looks back at his many years on the show and how it all began in 1967.
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50 years of Washington Week: "Informed perspective"

February 22, 2017
As Washington Week celebrates its 50th anniversary, we asked our fans why they watch the show.
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Health care debate sparks angry Congressional town halls in 2009

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August 14, 2009
Many Republican lawmakers returned to their districts this week to face angry constituents voicing their frustration with efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Back in 2009, as the law was being written and debate, it was Democrats in Congress who faced the angry voters who didn’t want government to change the health care system.