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AP WASHINGTON DAYBOOK, Sunday, March 9

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GUEST: REP. KEVIN BRADY, R-TEXAS, JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN. — GUEST: Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, Joint Economic Committee Chairman. REPORTERS: Erik Wasson, The Hill. Tim Alberta, National Journal. TOPIC: A look at some of the economic matters facing Congress, including the Presidents budget, released this week; tax overhaul plans, such as the one from Ways & Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp, released last week; U.S. employment, including jobs numbers, expected Friday morning; the minimum wage; and Affordable Care Act.

8 p.m. Q AND A — GUEST: Mary Jo White, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, discusses her time as a U.S. Attorney for the Eastern and then Southern districts of New York. She explains that during that time, she played a role in the prosecution of mobster John Gotti. In addition, she helped in the manhunt for Osama Bin Laden and Ramzi Yousef after the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. White suggests that it took a lot of good luck to finally capture Yousef in 1995. She praises the 4,000 employees of the SEC, and says the mission of the SEC is to protect capital markets and investors.

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FOX NEWS SUNDAY — Guests: Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates; Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY). Panel: George Will, Syndicated Columnist / Fox News Contributor; Jane Harman, Former California Congresswoman (D); Rick Santorum, Former Pennsylvania Senator (R); Rana Foroohar, TIME Assistant Managing Editor.

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