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Wilson Ring, Associated Press Updated 9:34 am, Sunday, December 24, 2017 30, 2017, file photo, SenBernie Sanders, I-Vt., joins protesters outside the Capitol as Republicans in the Senate work to pass their sweeping tax bill, a blend of generous tax cuts for businesses and more modest tax cuts for families and individuals, on Capitol Hill in WashingtonPhoto: JScott Applewhite, AP /

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