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Congress takes aim at Eisenhower Memorial

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As the House weighs legislation that would halt the controversial Frank Gehry plan for the Eisenhower Memorial, the chairman of the subcommittee with oversight over the project has requested documents showing how $63 million Congress already committed to the project has been spent. Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, wants the cash accounted for before legislators fork over another $51 million of taxpayer...

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