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Nothing to Sneeze At

On a Friday afternoon in August, as the U.S. Senate prepared to vote on President Clinton’s budget package, an elderly man sat in an obscure hearing room in the Dirksen Senate Office Building conducting an experiment. The man watched intently as a sniffling Senate staffer crammed a dozen speckled gray tablets into her mouth and […]