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There are some things on which people just cannot agree: There are people who truly feel that going to Disneyland is a magical experience and go as many times as possible. Then there are those of us who would rather get a root canal. There are those of us who must compulsively strike up a conversation with the passenger in the seat next to them, and those of us who use AirPods as the modern-day equivalent of the Do Not Disturb sign. And there are those of us who love D.C. and visit it as much as possible, and those of us who despise politics and would rather hike in the Sahara without rather than hobnob with their elected representatives.

Nevertheless, we all have to do things we don’t want to do, and even if you are one of those folks who really doesn’t like D.C., you should make a plan to go this fall. It is shaping up as one of the key windows for legislative activity for at least the next year and a half.

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