WASHINGTON — The 113th Congress is on track to be among the least productive in two decades. Will the next Congress be any better?
Newly empowered Republicans say yes — emphatically. After the GOP's resounding victory in the 2014 elections, party leaders have touted plans to pass a sweeping overhaul of the tax code, a deficit-slashing 10-year budget plan, and economy-revving trade and jobs bills.
Others express strong doubts that the legislative gridlock will break come January, when the 114th Congress convenes.
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