Business, labor, and environmental groups rarely share the same likes anddislikes of a particular piece of legislation, and the Federalism Act of1999 is no exception.
Yet all three interest groups are aligned against the House bill and haveemerged as a formidable, if fractious, force to kill it and its Senatecounterpart.
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