Congress Revisits Spending Bill, Intelligence Reform

Unfinished business is forcing lawmakers back to Capitol Hill for what's expected to be the last meeting of the 108th Congress. The lame duck session was called to remove a provision from a big must-pass spending bill. It's also the last chance for this Congress to enact intelligence reform. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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