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News Roundup: Senate Leaders Seek Distance From Deficit Talks

Good morning, Alley-ites. Here's what we're perusing this morning.

Senate leaders are distancing themselves from deficit discussions among the Group of Eight senators, The Hill reports.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has canceled ad buys in three House race that it considers safe, Roll Call reports.

Democratic Senate candidates in Ohio, Florida and Virginia are leading in a new poll, Hotline On Call reports.

The Department of Homeland Security is feuding with two senators over a bipartisan report that concluded department officials wasted taxpayer dollars, The Hill reports.

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