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Schedule shows frequent meetings with industry — but few with environmental or public health groups.
Republican negotiators are also expected to include “full expensing” in tax overhaul — but only for five years.
The Treasury secretary’s quick trip aboard an Air Force jet joins a series of controversial taxpayer-funded flights.
In what is historically the worst month for stocks, September has seen the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index rise 1.2 percent, poised for its sixth monthly gain.
ACT for America, which calls itself a ‘grass-roots national security’ organization, is gathering at a Washington-area Marriott.
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