Post Politics Program
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Post Politics Program

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says the Bush Administration left him a mess in his department. USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack discusses new strategies to avoid importing tainted food and how he feels about his homestate of Iowa legalizing gay marriage. A new survey releases the best and worst government agencies to work in. And the House temporarily hires a speed reader. Video by Emily Kotecki, Ed O'Keefe/The Washington Post

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