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The House quickly approved and sent to President Reagan for signature a bill authorizing $175 million in emergency non-food aid to help African nations combat famine. The bill, previously approved by the Senate, is similar to part of a measure that Reagan vetoed two weeks ago because it contained aid for U.S. farmers. The funds will supplement $425 million earmarked for African famine relief.

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