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K. Daniel Glover is a writer, editor and social media strategist in the Washington, D.C., area. He has more than two decades of experience, most of that time covering Congress for leading inside-the-Beltway news outlets. He currently provides editorial services and training through his company, Tabula Rasa Media. The views expressed here are his alone.

WRITTEN BY K. Daniel Glover
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