Usually when members of a branch of government come under fire for alleged politicized activities in Washington, it's either the folks in the White House or at the Capitol who are in the hot seat. But as lawmakers plan an unusual display of bipartisanship at the president's State of the Union speech tomorrow, members of the ...
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