Iraq Bill with No Withdrawal Deadline Goes to Bush

Congress sent its revised version of the Iraq funding bill to the White House on Friday — with no timetables for troop withdrawal. Lawmakers approved it Thursday, but not before some very passionate debate.

The other issue simmering on the front-burner in Washington this week was immigration reform — and it's getting almost as hot as the war debate.

Juan Williams talks with Madeleine Brand.



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