Iraq Bill with No Withdrawal Deadline Goes to Bush Congress sent its revised version of the Iraq funding bill to the White House on Friday — with no timetables for troop withdrawal. Lawmakers approved it Thursday, but not before some very passionate debate.

Iraq Bill with No Withdrawal Deadline Goes to Bush

Iraq Bill with No Withdrawal Deadline Goes to Bush

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Congress sent its revised version of the Iraq funding bill to the White House on Friday — with no timetables for troop withdrawal. Lawmakers approved it Thursday, but not before some very passionate debate.

The other issue simmering on the front-burner in Washington this week was immigration reform — and it's getting almost as hot as the war debate.

Juan Williams talks with Madeleine Brand.