Lawmakers: Syria resolution will be 'a very tough sell' in Congress
from The Washington Post
Leading lawmakers recently dealt bipartisan rejection to President Barack Obama's request to strike Syrian military targets, saying the best hope for congressional approval would be to narrow the scope of the resolution. From the Democratic dean of the Senate to tea party Republicans in their second terms, lawmakers said the White House's initial request to use force against Syria will be rewritten in the coming days to try to shore up support in a skeptical Congress.
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