Cooper, Matthew
May 2004
Time;5/3/2004, Vol. 163 Issue 18, p18
Discusses how the concentration by the Bush administration on the war on terrorism and the war in Iraq has effected other bills being passed through Congress. Reasons why an immigration-reform initiative stalled out; Problems with the energy bill that was once a top priority for Vice President Dick Cheney; Criticism by Bush of the only major bill that has passed through, an bill to repair the nations highways.


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