US Senate okays more war funding as Dems try to force an end to conflict

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October 2, 2007 01:04

 
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Powerless in their effort to bring US troops home from Iraq, Senate Democrats helped pass a defense policy bill Monday that would authorize another $150 billion for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The 92-3 vote came as the House of Representatives planned to approve separate legislation Tuesday that would require that President George W. Bush give Congress a plan for eventual troop withdrawals.

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