This week marks the beginning of the endgame for how Washington will deal with budgets, taxes, entitlements and other federal spending through next year, as lawmakers, lobbyists and their constituents and clients rush to influence the outcomes of a new round of bipartisan spending negotiations pegged for the end of 2013. No matter whether a so-called grand bargain can be struck, the fact that another official round of Congress-wide negotiations is happening at all will have a determinant ...
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