Dave Clark

Economics Reporter, Congressional Quarterly

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Economics reporter for Congressional Quarterly

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President Bush picked another fight with Democrats in Congress today,  vetoing  a  domestic spending bill  as too expensive while  signing  a  Pentagon spending measure  with an even…

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