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Congress' appropriations process is still broken. The $1.1 trillion spending bill approved by the House and the Senate in January was supposed to signal a return to "regular order" in which committees approve bipartisan funding legislation, pass it on the floor and then hammer out the differences. But congeniality is fleeting on Capitol Hill. Regular order might more accurately represent...

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