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Both parties meet, but not with each other as shutdown looms

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What does Congress do when the two parties can't agree on a spending bill and just hours remain before the government runs out of money to operate? They hold meetings, but not with each other. Both Republicans and Democrats in the House have scheduled afternoon conferences to huddle behind closed doors with their rank-and-file to figure out the best political strategy when the Senate sends back...

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