C-SPAN invites students to sound off on their political priorities

04/28/2008 | Broadcasting & Cable

C-SPAN, the cable network that has been serving up gavel-to-gavel coverage of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate for nearly 30 years, has been moving outside the nation's Capitol lately. As the race for president has heated up, specially designed C-SPAN political buses are being used for a "listening tour," visiting schools, universities and other facilities, where students and others can voice their opinions about pressing issues of the day.

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