By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, May 22 (Reuters) - As the U.S. Senate battle over judges and procedural rules intensifies, almost everything under the Capitol dome, from presidential nominees to major legislation, is in danger of getting caught in the cross-fire. Lawmakers say near-term casualties could include key bills on energy, asbestos, and highways. Senate business was already suffering last week when debate began over whether the chamber's Democrats should keep the right to ...
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