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US Congress Ends 2015 with Rare Bipartisanship

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Washington is ending the year free of the fiscal drama and hyper-partisanship that so often plagues the city. Congress adjourned until January after Republicans and Democrats worked in concert to fund the U.S. government, reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, and maintain and expand the nation’s transportation infrastructure. Friday, the House and Senate passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill that was the product of months of negotiations between congressional leaders and the White...

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