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Business leaders lash out at both parties, tell Congress: Do your job

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Business groups are exasperated that Congress has made little progress on issues they see as vital in helping the ailing economy.

Industry leaders are lashing out at both parties for shifting into campaign mode with more than 200 days to go before the November election.


While corporate officials acknowledge that Congress was never likely to undertake the complex task of reforming the tax code or the politically dangerous assignment of immigration reform during an election year, they thought there would be more progress in other areas.

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