House may scrap even the finished bills on spending

Allen, Jared
July 2008
Hill;7/15/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 81, p6
The article reports on the spending bills, which include the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the lifting of the moratorium on drilling in the Outer Continental Shelf, to be voted in the U.S. House.


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