Takeouts: Harry Reid’s jobs bill, Bode Miller wins gold, listeners’ top sports movie for sports-haters

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WASHINGTON TAKEOUT: After a short recess, Senators will be returning to work Monday, and will be greeted by a jobs bill presented by Harry Reid. Time Magazine Washington correspondent Jay Newton-Small talks about the Republican reaction to the bill and what the implications could be for elections later this year.

OLYMPICS TAKEOUT: From Vancouver, New York Times reporter, Jason Stallman recaps the Olympics weekend, including the U.S.- Canada hockey team and Bode Miller’s gold performance in the super combined.

LISTENER RESPONSE: All weekend our listeners called in with their nominations for the top sports movies for people who hate sports. We hear some of your favorites.

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