Labor, health and education bill rejected by House

11/18/2005 | USA Today

The U.S. House yesterday voted 224-209 to reject a $142.5 billion health, education and social programs spending bill. While Republicans had argued that the package was fiscally responsible, Democrats noted that the bill would have hurt many programs, including NCLB and Pell grants. Republicans may put the bill into into a year-end omnibus measure.

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