Major issues unresolved as Democrats in U.S. Congress seek deal on spending bill

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By Richard Cowan, David Morgan and Timothy Gardner WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. congressional Democrats on Tuesday were struggling to reach agreement within their fractious caucus on a sweeping bill to expand social programs and tackle climate change, with multiple major issues unresolved. President Joe Biden’s Democrats have spent months fighting over what to include in a bill forecast to spend at least $1.5 trillion over 10 years — less than half the initial $3.5 trillion target — with mo…

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