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FCW : September 15, 2013
16 September 15, 2013 FCW.COM Here are eight reasons why Congress' efforts to fund the government are even worse than you think By Richard E. Cohen The largest and most intractable item on the congressional agenda this fall is federal spending and the related issue of raising the debt ceiling. Budget dysfunction will again become the mantra on Capitol Hill. And this cycle might be worse than ever, as mind-bending as that possibility seems. Almost everyone knows that little progress has been made on scal 2014 appropriations. Heading into Septem- ber, the House had passed just four of the customary 12 spending measures, and the Senate had passed none. It's unlikely that any will be completed before the Oct. 1 start of the new scal year, which means that some form of a governmentwide continuing resolution will be required to avoid a shutdown. But it's actually even worse than it appears. Here are eight reasons why congressional Democrats and Republicans can barely agree that it's Tuesday, much less strike a deal on broad budget principles or (heaven forbid) deliver on their obligation to pass spending bills. This year's more intense exercise promises to be like drunken cyclists pedaling along a high wire with no net below them. Buckle up! And count on a long, bumpy road to Decem- ber --- or even beyond. DOOMED TO DYSFUNCTION ROBERT NEUBECKER
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