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Contempt vote likely to be forgotten by Election Day

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Republicans and Democrats alike will spend much of this week maneuvering for political advantage as the House prepares to vote on a contempt of Congress charge against Attorney General Eric Holder. If history is any guide, they need not bother. However it turns out, the whole episode is likely to be forgotten by Election Day. "It really doesn't matter much, despite today's screaming headlines,"...

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