Oklahoma Governor Fallin on Sequestration Risks

Feb. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, a Republican and vice chairman of the National Governors Association, talks about the need for President Barack Obama and Congress to find a way to prevent $85 billion in across-the-board spending cuts from taking effect starting on March 1. U.S. governors say Congress's failure to prevent the sequestration could undermine state recoveries. Fallin talks with reporters at the NGA meeting today in Washington. (Source: Bloomberg)

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45:46 - Edward Djerejian, former U.S. ambassador to Syria, comments on the partial cease-fire in Syria’s war and the oil market rout. He speaks with Bloomberg's Betty Liu on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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