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September 28, 2012 12:00 AM

Walter Pincus: A day in the dysfunctional life of the Senate

In his prayer that opened the Sept. 21 session of the U.S. Senate, Chaplain Barry C. Black recognized the political partisanship that has frozen legislative activity: “Make our lawmakers, this day, open to greater creativity in their convictions so that they may become partners with You in these challenging times by paying the price for unity.”

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