Dems get ready to rule: Nov. 4 may unbottle long-thwarted bills

Sandler, Michael; Snyder, Jim; Tiron, Roxana; Young, Jeffrey; Brush, Silla
October 2008
Hill;10/29/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 121, p1
The article forecasts that a landslide victory would give the Democratic Party, an opportunity to reshape government policy in the U.S. and remove the most reliable weapons used by the Grand Old Party (GOP) to block their agenda for the quick legislation of bills pending on the president's desk.


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