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Appropriations bills take a back seat to partisan politics --- again

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As Congress winds down the final work week of its summer schedule, it once again failed to pass any of its 12 annual spending bills before heading home. Instead, with Capitol Hill calcified by partisan gridlock, lawmakers are expected to once again kick their appropriating responsibilities down the road by passing a temporary funding measure in September that would at least avoid a government...

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