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WASHINGTON WEEK | Jan. 30, 2009 Webcast Extra | PBS

Duration: 05:58

www.pbs.org/washingtonweek/ In this online-only extra, Washington Week moderator Gwen Ifill and panel discuss the state of the economy that continues to bleed jobs, the political wrangling surrounding President Obama's stimulus plan, his efforts to personally lobby the senior Republican leadership, and plans for a "bad bank" to absorb toxic assets and rewrite some mortgages and bad debt.



You* can participate in Washington Week roundtable discussions. Each week moderator Gwen Ifill and a panel of top journalists take your questions during the Washington Week Webcast Extra. For more information go to www.pbs.org/washingtonweek/

This week's panelists:
Alexis Simendinger, National Journal
John Dickerson, Slate
Doyle Mcmanus, Los Angeles Times
Greg Ip, The Economist

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Post Date: January 30, 2009