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Sen. Harry Reid has now become the Democratic senator most "at risk" of not being re-elected. And he's got to make sure that the health care reform is actually passed. We talk with Las Vegas Sun Washington correspondent Lisa Mascaro about what's coming with the new term in Congress.

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Sen. Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., left, with then-Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle at a 1995 news conference on Capitol Hill. Harry Reid took over as leader in 2005 after Daschle unexpectedly lost his re-election. At the time, Reid was unknown to most Americans, but he beat back a challenge Dodd.
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