John Donnelly

Reporter for Congressional Quarterly

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi scored a political victory today, an  Iraq spending bill  setting the end of August next year as the deadline for bring the troops home.  The final vote gave…

Congress Votes for Iraq Spending Bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi scored a political victory today, an Iraq spending bill setting the end of August next year as the deadline for bring the troops home.  The final vote gave…

from To the Point

House Democrats today unveiled two plans that would put direct, binding pressure on the White House to withdraw US troops from Iraq by the end of this year or, at the latest, by…

Democrats Propose Iraq Withdrawal Plans on Capitol Hill

House Democrats today unveiled two plans that would put direct, binding pressure on the White House to withdraw US troops from Iraq by the end of this year or, at the latest, by…

from To the Point

When Congress returns on Tuesday, Democrats in both houses will be keeping up the pressure on President Bush and  his plan  for increasing troops in Iraq.  In the Senate, there's talk…

Senate Democrats Plan to Revoke War Authorization

When Congress returns on Tuesday, Democrats in both houses will be keeping up the pressure on President Bush and his plan for increasing troops in Iraq.  In the Senate, there's talk…

from To the Point

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