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Bipartisan Majority Will Likely Override Obama’s Veto

“A sweeping bipartisan majority in the Senate on rejected President Obama’s veto of legislation that would allow families of those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks to sue Saudi Arabia for any role in the plot, all but [...] The post Bipartisan Majority Will Likely Override Obama’s Veto appeared first on Political Wire.
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