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Syria, budget and debt top congressional agenda

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress returns to work facing a momentous vote on whether the United States should attack Syria, a question that overshadows a crowded and contentious agenda of budget fights, health care, farm policy and possible limits on the government's surveillance of millions of Americans. Back Monday after a five-week break, many lawmakers stand as a major obstacle to President Barack...

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