The Senate is to take up annual Defense Department authorization bill -- a magnet for war-related amendments, the Washington Post reported Saturday.
They are expected to press for President George W. Bush to change course and begin withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq this year, the Post said.
Congressional Democrats were handed a substantial setback in May when they failed to override a veto of an emergency war spending bill, eventually sending it back to the president's desk with few restrictions.
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