Jodi Schneider

Congressional Quarterly

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Economics editor for Congressional Quarterly

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The lame duck Congress has until next week to prevent a government shutdown. At the moment, that sounds unlikely.

Will Washington Flirt with Disaster or Punt until Next Year?

The lame duck Congress has until next week to prevent a government shutdown. At the moment, that sounds unlikely.

from To the Point

With gasoline more than $4 a gallon, Senate Democrats today tried to  tax the windfall profits  of America's five largest oil companies.

Senate Republicans Vote against Democratic Energy Bill

With gasoline more than $4 a gallon, Senate Democrats today tried to tax the windfall profits of America's five largest oil companies.

from To the Point

President Bush's latest budget  is a staggering $2.9 trillion, with one fifth--$624 billion--for the military.

President Bush Presents His 2008 Budget

President Bush's latest budget is a staggering $2.9 trillion, with one fifth--$624 billion--for the military.

from To the Point

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