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With the election looming and the possibility of Congress going from Republican to Democratic control, business is preparing itself for gridlock in Washington. “If [both] houses switch hands, the strategy of the Democrats will be to propose legislation to provoke the President to use the veto [and] sharpen the debate for 2008,” says Robert E. Litan, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.

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