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(NECN: Alison King, Cambridge, Mass.) - Newly elected members of Congress, both Democrats and Republicans, are in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They are learning about leadership as they are about to begin their new roles. More than 40 newly elected members of Congress heard from a panel of economic experts to learn more about the economic crisis we're facing and how we might best deal with it. Harvard's Institute of Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government is hosting the bipartisan group of Congress members-elect. The conference will focus on exercising leadership in Congress and the issues that they will face. The conference runs through Friday. This is the 18th biennial Program for Newly Elected Members of Congress.