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Measure political victory by fixes, not fights

Four years ago, members of Congress broke with tradition by crossing the aisle and showing that Republicans and Democrats could sit together during President Obama’s State of the Union address. In 2015, the American people want them to do something more difficult: work together. We think they can. But first, Democrats and Republicans should resolve for the New Year to give up the cycle of destructive politics that made recent Congresses among the least productive in history. They can start by fully adopting the attitude of problem solvers who are charged with making progress on the country’s urgent “to do” list….Read More


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