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As Congress Returns, Senate Faces Overdue Bills

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As Congress Returns, Senate Faces Overdue Bills

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As Congress Returns, Senate Faces Overdue Bills

As Congress Returns, Senate Faces Overdue Bills

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Congress returns Tuesday and the Senate is still grappling with a leftover $820 billion spending bill for the 2004 budget year. Democrats threaten a filibuster. The president is expected to add to the agenda with an immigration bill and his plans for revamping NASA to send manned missions to the moon. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR News Analyst Cokie Roberts.

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