WASHINGTON — Rather than try to pass appropriations bills for fiscal 2013, U.S. congressional leaders have decided instead to pass a six-month-long stopgap spending measure that would keep funding at 2012 levels until the end of March.
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WASHINGTON — In what is already shaping up to be a dramatic budget season in the United States, one more variable has emerged amid the shrinking spending plans, partisan bickering, threats of sequestration and the presidential election: congressional turnover.