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Sunday on State of the Union
January 2nd, 2014
08:08 PM ET

Sunday on State of the Union

New Year, but old troubles for the Obama Administration. Director of the National Economic Council Gene Sperling on the White House push to restore unemployment insurance for 1.3 million Americans who lost it on Dec 28th.

2014 is an election year and Republican governors want Americans to look at the states, not the hyper-partisan gridlocked Congress – for the definition of a Republican. An exclusive interview with Governor Scott Walker on rebranding the GOP and whether he's considering a run in 2016.  And an update on the frigid conditions for the NFL playoff game in Green Bay and what they’re doing to keep the fans safe.

Plus, what’s going on with all the legal challenges to ObamaCare and same-sex marriage. We’ll talk to veteran Supreme Court reporter Joan Biskupic of Reuters. And Republicans need just a net gain of 6 to wrest control from Harry Reid. Helping us preview the top races of 2014 is Stu Rothenberg of the Rothenberg Political Report, along with CNN Commentator Cornell Belcher and Mattie Duppler of Americans For Tax Reform.

Watch Sunday at 9am and 12pm ET.


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