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Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, gestures during a news conference, Nov. 25, 2003, on Capitol Hill. Stevens, 80, and his 73-year-old House counterpart, Rep. Bill Young, must surrender their posts when the new Congress starts in January 2005.
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