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U.S. Wants to Shift Billions to Iraqi Security

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U.S. Wants to Shift Billions to Iraqi Security

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U.S. Wants to Shift Billions to Iraqi Security

U.S. Wants to Shift Billions to Iraqi Security

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The Bush administration is seeking more leeway from Congress on spending in Iraq. The administration wants to shift $3.5 billion from Iraqi reconstruction aid to security and law enforcement. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Michele Kelemen.

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