Marc Sandalow

former Washington Bureau Chief, San Francisco Chronicle

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Political analyst and former Washington Bureau Chief for the San Francisco Chronicle; author of the unauthorized biography, Madam Speaker: Nancy Pelosi's Life, Times, and Rise to Power

Marc Sandalow on KCRW

When the Democrats took over Congress 18 months ago, there were expectations of major change.

Democratic-Led Congress to Recess on a Very Low Note

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