Cramer to let North Dakotans decide his stance on Syria
Once the August break is over and Congress heads back to Washington, D.C., there is a plethora of major issues it needs to tackle.
During his third "Coffee with Cramer" event held Friday morning at Perkins in Dickinson, North Dakota's lone representative spelled out the bumpy road ahead for his colleagues in the House and counterparts in the Senate.
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