The general election campaign for president is springing to life, now that Mitt Romney is all but certain to be President Obama's Republican opponent next fall. On Capitol Hill, though, the battle over who will sign or veto Congress' bills next year is already blazing.
In two key votes this past week, many Republicans fell in step with candidate Romney and his quest for more support from younger voters and women.
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