Government shutdown fears were calmed this week as Congress played its annual kick-the-funding-can-down-the-road game before lawmakers headed out of town to campaign to save their jobs. Meanwhile the new Harry S. Truman statue arrived in the Capitol Rotunda, thereby demoting Alexander Hamilton down a floor.
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