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Congress Voted To Give Wells Fargo, Other Banks Free Rent On Military Bases

WASHINGTON ? Congress debates a lot of serious issues when it considers the defense budget. This summer alone, arguments broke out in the Senate over whether lawmakers should explicitly bar the indefinite detention of American citizens, provide additional protections for Afghan interpreters and require women to register for the draft. It was a lot of activity for a body that doesn’t get much done anymore.
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