Usually by this time in an election year, members of Congress have returned to their home districts to campaign for your vote. This year, they've only passed three of 13 spending bills needed to keep the government running. So they're stuck here in Washington until they can get their work done. NPR's Brian Naylor talks with host Jacki Lyden about some of the sticking points and the scenarios they may create to let some members go home and campaign.
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