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February 24, 2013 12:00 AM

Oedel: The perils of partisanship

We all can see problems at the national level with overly partisan politics, including politicians who can’t talk across the aisle and political posturing that undermines problem-solving. Congress is stalemated on matters that seem to need immediate attention, like the sequester, deficit and debts, jobs and defense, entitlement reform and more.

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