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Lawmakers chide Bush over F-16 sale

Lawmakers accused the Bush administration Thursday of rushing a sale of F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, saying Congress’ role in approving arms sales had been compromised. Opponents acknowledged they could do little stop the $5 billion deal. Democrats and Republicans lashed out at the State Department for giving them only 30 days to consider the deal; that period runs out next week. The administration, they say, failed to provide a traditional extra 20 days. Full Story

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