Lawmakers eager to tackle a serious policy issue — and to perhaps boost their profile — often find that it’s best to join a gang.In the current debate over how to avoid a series of automatic spending cuts and tax increases, a bipartisan group of senators has met occasionally for almost two years to work on proposals to restore the nation’s fiscal health. The clique began with six members, briefly shrank to five and has since grown to include eight lawmakers — earning it a nickname…
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