Sep 05, 2015

Congress Returns to Weighty List of Unfinished Business - ABC News

Congress returns on Tuesday with a critical need for a characteristic rarely evident through a contentious spring and summer — cooperation between Republicans and President Barack Obama. Lawmakers face a weighty list of unfinished business and looming deadlines, including a stopgap spending...

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