Democratic leaders think they may be able to force President Bush to accept new benefits for the long-term unemployed. Bush signed a bill extending payments but used a budgetary loophole to deny funding. Now, the Democrats have prepared an escape-proof version. Leaders are confident they can override an expected veto in the House but are less sure about the Senate.
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