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By LEE H. HAMILTON
Center on Congress
When two senators recently got into a spat over whether the Boston Marathon bombings were being politicized, the news was everywhere within minutes.
Reams of commentary quickly followed. In the maneuvering over gun-control legislation, every twist and turn was instantly reported and then endlessly debated.
As the effects of the federal sequester start to make themselves felt, outlets in every medium — print, television, online — are carrying both the news and the inevitable partisan sniping over its meaning.
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