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Lawmakers Look for Compromise on Iraq Bill

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Lawmakers Look for Compromise on Iraq Bill

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Lawmakers Look for Compromise on Iraq Bill

Lawmakers Look for Compromise on Iraq Bill

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President Bush has promised to veto the Iraq war funding bill the Congress passed this week because it includes a timetable for the withdrawal of American troops. But he's also given hints he's willing to compromise on a new bill to fund the war.

Democratic Rep. John Tanner of Tennessee and Republican Rep. Ray LaHood of Illinois speak with Debbie Elliott about how much their parties might budge on the legislation.

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