Thursday, February 15, 2007 at 11:52 AM
There's different look to the U.S. Senate this year. Part of it is the election of nine freshman who are either Democrats or caucus with the Democrats. That flipped control of the chamber. But it's the people in that class that give the Senate a different feel, like Democratic Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown, Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders of Vermont and populist Jim Webb of Virginia. From Capitol Hill, Chad Pergram examines how Brown and his colleagues could have a unique impact on what is usually a staid institution.
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