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U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano, D-Mass. speaks with Mass. state Sen. Stan Rosenberg, D-Franklin-Hampshire, in the House Chamber of the Statehouse, January 2010, before the start of Mass. Governor Deval Patrick's State of the State address.  (Steven Senne/AP)
U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano, D-Mass. speaks with Mass. state Sen. Stan Rosenberg, D-Franklin-Hampshire, in the House Chamber of the Statehouse, January 2010, before the start of Mass. Governor Deval Patrick's State of the State address. (Steven Senne/AP)
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Congress is back in Washington Tuesday after a long summer break. And, they've got a busy September ahead of them — with just three weeks to avoid another government shutdown, a first ever papal address to a joint session and a big vote on the Iran nuclear deal.

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Rep. Michael Capuano, congressman for the 7th district of Massachusetts. He tweets@mikecapuano.

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