Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri said he believes Republicans can find common ground with the Obama administration on trade, cybersecurity and the authorization of military force against Islamic State radicals.
Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri said he believes Republicans can find common ground with the Obama administration on trade, cybersecurity and the authorization of military force against Islamic State radicals. File photo by Kelley McCall The Associated Press
Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri said he believes Republicans can find common ground with the Obama administration on trade, cybersecurity and the authorization of military force against Islamic State radicals. File photo by Kelley McCall The Associated Press

Sen. Roy Blunt meets with President Obama and sees a chance to act on a narrow bipartisan agenda

January 13, 2015 04:06 PM

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