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Since very little of anything will be passed this year in Congress, with a Republican House and Democratic Senate, this will be a year when Democrats led by President Obama and Republicans led by House Speaker John Boehner will offer their economic agendas for the 2014 mid-term congressional elections and both sides’ plans for the next Congress, especially if either party has more power in the next Congress than they have in this one.
Mere hours after the White House released President Obama’s budget, Washington had reached a consensus about it: It’s “irrelevant.”
As this argument goes, the House and Senate have already agreed on a fiscal policy plan—the agreement from House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan and Senate Budget Chairman Patty Murray that Congress passed in the fall. 895 more words
Michigan’s roads boss expects property acquisition and demolition to start this summer in the Detroit industrial community of Delray to make room for the new downriver Canada-U.S. 400 more words