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The Do-Nothing Congress Sets a Record

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Bill Swindell
Dec. 5, 2013, 3:48 a.m.

The 113th Con­gress is mak­ing it in­to the Guin­ness Book of World Re­cords — mostly be­cause it can’t do any­thing else. With only 55 pieces of le­gis­la­tion passed this year, the Hill has been at its most un­pro­duct­ive.

Plus, Obama­care will fail if mil­leni­als don’t sign up. So what can the ad­min­is­tra­tion change to en­sure the young in­vin­cibles en­roll? Con­an O’Bri­en has a marijuana-re­lated an­swer. 

And in today’s fin­an­cial news: cor­por­a­tions are still people. They just hap­pen to be less law-abid­ing than the rest of us. 


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