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THE SUMMER AND HOLIDAY seasons are over, and the Knesset is back in full swing. Given that the major piece of legislation over the next couple of months will be passage of the state budget for the next two years (the proposed budget passed a first reading on October 26), it is no surprise that Knesset members are making efforts to obtain as much as they can for their constituencies.Many of those efforts are often done quietly, as members try to fold pet outlays into omnibus bills, where the full extent of what they are proposing gets lost deep inside the fine print of sub-articles.
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