Bush and Vetoes

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President Bush may soon be using his power to veto for the first time. A new emergency counter-terrorism bill and a bill expanding executive authority in free trade negotiations have passed through Congress. But NPR's Don Gonyea reports that the White House is unhappy with the terms in the existing bills, even though it once favored both of them.



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