Politics & Government

February 11, 2013 12:00 AM

As cuts loom, the political forecast is mostly hostile, with a (slim) chance of unity

After days of private strategy sessions, Republicans and Democrats are poised this week for the same kind of ugly partisan combat over spending and taxes that’s spawned fiscal chaos and sent Congress’ approval ratings plunging.

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