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Jack Lew: 2014 'can and should be a breakthrough year' for the U.S. economy

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The U.S. economy is set to finally to overcome its post-recession weakness in 2014 — if Washington can manage to stay out of the way. That's the assessment of Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, who said Monday morning that 2014 "can and should be a breakthrough year for our economy." But "it's incumbent on Washington to be part of the solution and to avoid the brinksmanship of recent years that has...

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