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February 13, 2005

A bipartisan win

The Senate Republican Policy Committee has a run-down (PDF) on CAFA, its provisions and history (via Lyle Roberts). And the centrist Democratic Leadership Council has published numerous articles calling for reform; a sampling is here (see May 14).

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