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Long-winded lawmakers turn to short, snappy Twitter

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A body legendary for its convoluted rhetoric and long-winded answers to short, simple questions, Congress has fallen in love with communicating 140 characters at a time. Twitter is now almost universally embraced on Capitol Hill, as all 100 senators have active Twitter accounts while fewer than a dozen of the House's 435 representatives shun the micro-blogging social media service. The numbers...

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