Washington Week

Homeland Security Funding Fight in Congress

Special | 21m 22s | Video has closed captioning.

In the hours before funding for the Department of Homeland Security was set to run out, the House of Representatives failed to pass a 3-week stopgap measure. CNBC's John Harwood and NPR's Juana Summers explain the Congressional holdup. Meanwhile, Republican presidential hopefuls converged outside Washington for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference.

Aired: 02/27/15

Rating: NR

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