The Senate voted 82-13 to override President Bush's veto of the Farm Bill, which includes nearly $2 billion in tax relief.
The House already voted to override the veto. The vote came despite the omission of a 34-page section of the 673-page bill from the version that arrived at the president's desk last Wednesday. The Senate may need to vote separately on that portion of the bill, which includes provisions related to trade programs and foreign food aid.
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