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Determined to complete its immediate agenda before taking the rest of the summer off, the House of Representatives today plowed through a stack of amendments on its way to approving a new Department of Homeland Security. The House continued to respect President Bush's desire for flexibility in handling the new department's employees. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.

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