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Time slipping away for Senate omnibus

With Congress facing the dual threats of looming tax hikes and potentially crippling spending cuts, lawmakers have little time left to pass dozens of public lands bills before the end of the lame-duck session. Leaders of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee said they haven't agreed yet on a package, or packages, of public lands bills that could pass muster in both parties.

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