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President Obama is joined by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner as he makes a statement urging Congress to pass a bill for middle class tax cuts last Wednesday.  Obama thanked Sen. George Voinovich (R-OH) and Sen. George LeMieux (R-FL) for voting with Democrats to move the bill closer to final passage. Chip Somodevilla/AP hide caption

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Legislators Divided On How Far To Extend Tax Cuts

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Republican gubernatorial hopeful Carl Paladino makes a point at a campaign event at the Elks Lodge in Riverhead, N.Y., on Sept. 10, 2010. Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke/AP hide caption

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'Mad As Hell': Behind a Political-Season Refrain

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In a very few states, district lines are drawn by non-partisan commissions, but in most states, redistricting is just a part of the political game. Above, early voting in Florida. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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The Redistricting Bump Goes To November's Winners

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