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Kevin McGuiness is closing down a multimillion-dollar lobby firm.
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The senators are making education reform their next big policy focus.
The move comes despite intense lobbying by outside groups targeting Republicans.
Business groups are breathing easy despite the approaching deadline.
Veterans groups want to reverse a $6 billion reduction.
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Republicans believe they can exploit the underlying weakness of the job market.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he wanted to “wait and see how this plays out.”
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