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SF Chronicle: US Occupation Will Cost $150b By End of 2005

HeadlineMay 10, 2004

The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting the US occupation of Iraq will end up costing $150 billion by the end of next year and may end up costing $300 billion over the next decade, making it one of the costliest military campaigns in modern history. According to the paper, the Bush administration has now spent about three dollars in Iraq for every dollar committed to homeland security.

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