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House Republicans ignore Obama veto threat on spending bill

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans in the House of Representatives on Thursday plowed ahead with a bill to gut President Barack Obama's healthcare law while temporarily funding other government programs, ignoring a warning from the White House that the measure would be vetoed.

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