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Bremer to Update Lawmakers on Iraq Reconstruction
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Bremer to Update Lawmakers on Iraq Reconstruction

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Bremer to Update Lawmakers on Iraq Reconstruction

Bremer to Update Lawmakers on Iraq Reconstruction
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U.S. civilian administrator Paul Bremer heads to Capitol Hill to brief members of Congress on U.S. efforts to rebuild Iraq. The meetings come as Republicans defend the Bush administration's record in Iraq. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist says more than 80 percent of the Iraqi population is living in a "more secure environment" than before the war. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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