Liriel Higa

Reporter, Congressional Quarterly

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After House approval last night, the Senate today passed
the  Iraq spending bill  that President Bush has promised to veto.    Meantime,  today's poll  by NBC and the Wall
Street…

Congress Votes for a Timeline in Iraq

After House approval last night, the Senate today passed the Iraq spending bill that President Bush has promised to veto.   Meantime, today's poll by NBC and the Wall Street…

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