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Senate Set to Override Obama Veto of Saudi 9/11 Lawsuit Bill

``The Senate appears set to defy a last-ditch lobbying effort by the White House and Saudi Arabia by voting Wednesday to override President Barack Obama's veto of a bill that would allow the kingdom to be sued for involvement in the Sept. 11 attacks. Senate leaders in both parties said Tuesday they expect the vote to succeed. Congress has yet to override a veto by Obama.''
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