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Incoming House majority leader Steny Hoyer and Speaker-elect Nancy Pelosi are seeking unity.

Pelosi team tries to steer Democrats to the center

Wary of plans by House liberals

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / November 21, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Anxious to chart a centrist course with Democrats' new majority in Congress, incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her top deputies are busily working in private and public to rein in the liberal ambitions of some senior party heavyweights --including proposals to reinstate the military draft and end the Pentagon's ban on gays in uniform. (Full article: 993 words)

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