It was first introduced more than five years ago, but after many negotiations, the Foreign Aid Transparency and Accountability Act has been approved by the United States Congress and is on its way to President Barack Obama's desk for his signature. Here's a look at what the final version says, what it took to get here and what it will mean.
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