Iraq Funds Debate Persists After weeks of debate, the House and Senate approve bills endorsing nearly $87 billion in supplemental spending for rebuilding Iraq and continuing the battle against terrorism. But major differences remain between the two bills. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.
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Work Remains on Iraq Funds Measure

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Work Remains on Iraq Funds Measure

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Work Remains on Iraq Funds Measure

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After weeks of debate, the House and Senate approve bills endorsing nearly $87 billion in supplemental spending for rebuilding Iraq and continuing the battle against terrorism. But major differences remain between the two bills. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.

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