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    WASHINGTON (AP) — Conservatives and the nation's biggest business lobby sparred Wednesday over immigration overhaul, with advocates vowing a renewed effort to get the House to act this year and opponents digging in against anything that shifts the political spotlight from President Barack Obama's troubled health care law.

  • Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Donohue, shown last year with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, said that regulatory burdens and the recent "fiscal cliff" tax increases are among the biggest issues that are discouraging job creation. (Associated Press)

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  • **FILE** Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (standing, in red) and state Rep. Peter Barca (in yellow), Kenosha Democrat, talk June 12, 2012, during Walker's "brat summit" at the executive residence in the Village of Maple Bluff, Wis. (Associated Press/Wisconsin State Journal)

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    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, just one week removed from his victorious recall election, told a group of business leaders in Washington on Wednesday his state is now "open for business."

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  • **FILE** U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Thomas J. Donohue (Associated Press)

    Survey finds small businesses not ready to hire

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