$106B war bill moves forward in both houses

Soraghan, Mike; Akrkon, Walter; Taylor Rushing, J.
June 2009
Hill;6/12/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 69, p6
The article reports on the progress of a nearly $106 billion war supplemental bill in the U.S. House and Senate after moves by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Barack Obama.


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