Florida Sens. Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio were on opposite sides of Wednesday’s vote on the deal that ended the 16-day partial federal shutdown and extended the government’s borrowing authority.
But Democrat Nelson and Republican Rubio, as well as Florida House members from both parties, found common ground in predicting that the factors behind the latest episode of Washington brinkmanship are likely to reappear in coming months.
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