WASHINGTON, May 1 (LSN) – A bill was passed by the US Congress Thursday to enable 2,000 poor   children in the District of Columbia to attend private or religious schools. The initiative has   been fought by the Clinton administration since it was first proposed, and the president has vowed   to veto the bill when it arrives at the White House.


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