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Up late with Shaheen: Misplaced Senate priorities
She spoke about rising seas and a weakened tourism industry.
Meanwhile, 10.5 million Americans remain out of work, with another 7.2 million employed part time because they cannot find full-time jobs.
Gallup measures "Americans' level of worry about national problems." Its latest survey ranked climate change 14th out of 15 issues. The top five were: "The economy" (59 percent), "federal spending and the budget deficit" (58), "the availability and affordability of health care" (57), "unemployment" (49) and "the size and power of the federal government" (48).
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