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Fixing our ailing government

Updated: Friday, July 4 2014, 08:56 PM EDT
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - As we all celebrate the Fourth of July, and our country's independence, we are reminded of our patriotism.

But if you follow what's happening in our national government, you might be surprised at  how divided our independent country has become.

Just look at recent polls, including one from Rasmussen that found 72 percent of voters now believe American would be better off if most members of Congress were not re-elected.

From working out a balanced budget, to immigration reform, to an overhaul of our tax code, Congress and the President can't agree on almost anything.

Special Correspondent Kai Jackson set out to see what might fix our ailing government.
Fixing our ailing government
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