Democrats to run in `New Direction'
If they win in fall, party will pursue aggressive agenda
WASHINGTON -- If Democrats regain control of the House of Representatives this fall, they are vowing to pursue an aggressive agenda in their first week in power that would hike the minimum wage, slash interest rates on student loans, and install a new package of restrictions on lobbying activities that is designed to increase accountability in government. (Full article: 796 words)
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