Senators Oppose Extended Bar Hours for Inauguration
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Senators Oppose Extended Bar Hours for Inauguration

D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty announced Wednesday that he will sign a bill allowing city bars and restaurants to remain open until five a.m. during January's inauguration. At least two U.S. Senators have asked the mayor to rethink the plan. Video by AP

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