Spending Showdown Looms Before Congress After the first successful veto override in Congress last week, another week of confrontation looms. Lawmakers trying to wrap things up before the Thanksgiving break face a stack of unfinished, overdue and veto-threatened spending bills.
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Spending Showdown Looms Before Congress

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Spending Showdown Looms Before Congress

Spending Showdown Looms Before Congress

Spending Showdown Looms Before Congress

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After the first successful veto override in Congress last week, another week of confrontation looms. Lawmakers trying to wrap things up before the Thanksgiving break face a stack of unfinished, overdue and veto-threatened spending bills. NPR Congressional Correspondent David Welna talks with Liane Hansen about the spending showdown between congressional Democrats and the Bush White House.