John Maggs

Financial Reporter, Politico.com

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Democrats postponed some of their most important business until after the mid-term elections.  Now, they’re facing a lame-duck session with no appropriations bills passed and the Bush…

Can the Lame Duck Congress Get Anything Done?

Democrats postponed some of their most important business until after the mid-term elections.  Now, they’re facing a lame-duck session with no appropriations bills passed and the Bush…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Democrats are still in the majority with hopes of completing unfinished business.  Republicans want to wait until next year.

Can the Lame Duck Congress Get Anything Done?

Democrats are still in the majority with hopes of completing unfinished business.  Republicans want to wait until next year.

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