By Donna Smith WASHINGTON, Aug 29 (Reuters) - Record high gasoline prices, an unprecedented power blackout and worries about the cost of occupation and reconstruction of Iraq are among the issues that will dominate the congressional agenda when lawmakers return next week from their August break. Lawmakers will also face record budget deficits as they try to deliver a promised Medicare prescription drug benefit for the elderly and struggle to complete the 13 spending bills to fund the ...
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