http://www.reuters.com/article/asiaTopNews/idUSIndia-30286520071102 WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate approved legislation on Thursday expanding a popular children's health-care program, setting the stage for a fresh showdown with President George W. Bush, who vowed to veto the bill that would also raise tobacco taxes. - Bush vetoed an earlier version of the bill that the House last month failed to override. - The bill would provide $60 billion in funding for the program over five years, compared with the current $25 billion five-year funding level. The tobacco tax increase, raising the tax on cigarettes by 61 cents to $1 per pack, would cover the added cost. - Makes you wonder. $60 Billion is a drop in the Ocean compared to the what the u.s spend in Iraq. Spending $60 million to keep kids healthy or alternatively... war.