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The Friday News Roundup. BP will set aside twenty-billion dollars for victims of the Gulf disaster. Senate Democrats push for an extension of jobless benefits and questions of possible election fraud in a South Carolina senate race.
- Doyle McManus columnist, Los Angeles Times.
- Naftali Bendavid national correspondent, "TheWall Street Journal"; author of "The Thumpin': How Rahm Emanuel and the Democrats Learned to be Ruthless and Ended the Republican Revolution."
- Karen Tumulty national political reporter, "The Washington Post."
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The panelists answer questions about how BP’s victim compensation fund for those affected by the Gulf oil spill might work and explore how the debate over compensation has divided House Republicans:
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