Thursday, May 24, 2007
House passes $120 billion Iraq war spending
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The House of Representatives has approved a $120 billion war spending bill that includes a set of benchmarks for Iraq political progress and the first increase in the federal minimum wage in nearly a decade.
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