While pundits generally agree that not much of any real substance gets accomplished in Washington, D.C., during an election year, many are forecasting that 2010 will be an unusually busy 12 months for lawmakers.The epic battle on Capitol Hill over health care reform is anticipated to spill over into January and possibly beyond as the House and Senate seek to reconcile two very different bills. However, health care is not expected to be the only controversial issue likely to vie for ...
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