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Guest column: Is bipartisanship back in?

8:25 PM, Feb. 7, 2013
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The New Year usually unfolds with nothing more dramatic than resolutions that we rarely keep. But this turn of the calendar was different. Suddenly, after years of Washington gridlock, the scent of bipartisanship seems to fill the air.

The end of 2012 featured an agreement fashioned by a Democratic Vice President Joe Biden and Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell for dealing with the tax portion of the dreaded "fiscal cliff."

That accord alone would not have done much to relieve the gloom of partisan polarization had McConnell and Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid not doubled down ...

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