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Congress Overrides Obama's Veto of 9/11 Bill, the First Time It Has Done So

It's a popular bill, so Democrats cravenly went along with it, giving, as it does, the victims of 9/11 the right to sue Saudi Arabia for its alleged connections to 9/11. (Of course, they'd also have to make that case...
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