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Republicans Bring Anti-Washington Message To Town Halls

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Republican Representative Jim Renacci gave his constituents a grim report on Washington's gridlock. House Republicans, he said, had passed a number of bills that would boost energy production, cut regulations and rein in spending. As the trial of Bo Xilai, the fallen Communist Party aristocrat, neared its start in this eastern provincial capital, security officers, journalists and some supporters of the charismatic Mr. Bo fanned out in the streets around a downtown courthouse looking for signs of how the closed-door hearing might unfold. Here we go again. According to Olivier Knox, chief Washington correspondent for Yahoo! News, when lawmakers return to Capitol Hill on Sept. 9 after five weeks of summer recess, Americans should brace themselves for a 'game of political chicken,'.

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