By James B. Kelleher and Patricia Kranz Sept 27 (Reuters) - Some of America's leading CEOs are beating a familiar path to Washington to support a stopgap bill to raise the U.S. borrowing limit and avert a government shutdown, warning lawmakers that the specter of the first debt default in the country's history and a credit downgrade is damaging the economy. The business leaders, all members of a group called "Fix the Debt," said they went to Capitol Hill last ...
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