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A vote of the full House on the contempt vote against AG Holder expected this week, Christian group accuses Nigeria's government of an ineffective response to religious violence, and German Chancellor Merkel agrees with leaders of France, Italy and Spain on a $156B package to revive growth
Darrell Issa, chairman of the House committee that voted a comtempt resolution against Attorney General Eric Holder last week expects a vote of the full House on the contempt resolution this week - only Holder can stop the contempt vote by turning over the Fast and Furious documents - and a Christian group accuses Nigeria's government of an ineffective and cavalier response to religious violence - the U.S. responds. In business news, German Chancellor Angela Merkel stood firm Friday against common eurozone bonds, but agreed with leaders of France, Italy and Spain on a $156 billion dollar package to revive growth.