New lawmakers set to navigate corridors of power
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New lawmakers set to navigate corridors of power

A GOP wave in the 2010 midterm elections means dozens of new lawmakers in the nation's capital. Republican Adam Kinzinger from Illinois is part of the biggest freshman class on Capitol Hill in decades. (The Associated Press)

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