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Lawmakers increasingly use strike-everything strategy to resurrect dead bills (access required)

An increasing percentage of bills introduced in the House and Senate are labeled technical corrections, which some lawmakers and political observers say are being abused and making it more difficult for people to track the legislative process.

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