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President Obama Expected To Veto 9/11 Lawsuit Bill

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News video: President Obama Expected To Veto 9/11 Lawsuit BillJosh Earnest, a spokesperson for White House, announced on Thursday that President Obama will be vetoing the 9/11 lawsuit bill by Friday.

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