Republicans promise less gridlock if they win U.S. Senate

Former Massachusetts governor Romney speaks on behalf of candidate for U.S. Senate Tillis at a campaign stop in RaleighBy Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republicans said on Sunday they will break the legislative stalemate that has paralyzed Washington for the past several years if they win control of the Senate in the upcoming congressional elections. Party figures said they could pass trade, tax and immigration bills that might win the approval of President Barack Obama if they control both the Senate and the House of Representatives after Tuesday’s midterm elections. …

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