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U.S. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., addresses reporters about the partial government shutdown. Also pictured is Sen. Heidi Heidkamp, D-N.D. Reuters photo

Most in Washington are hopeful deal will lead to better results down road

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ST. PAUL — U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer summed up the past few weeks of federal political debates, including a 16-day government shutdown, like many Americans would: “What in the Sam Hill is wrong with this town?”

Most around Washington seem to expect better results when the next budget deadline arrives, or at least they hope so. The optimism comes in large part because of the ugly lead-up to Wednesday night’s shutdown solution.

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