Despite concerns over the rising deficit, both houses of Congress sent a $6.1 billion Katrina tax-relief bill to President Bush for his signature without a dissenting vote being cast.
The House gave its approval on a 422-0 vote, and the Senate moved the legislation through without a roll call.
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