Mike Shuster Reports That The Senate Will Hold Its 14th Hearing

today on the controversial Chemical Weapons Convention. The treaty will go into effect late this month, with or without U.S. approval. The White House is firmly in favor of ratification, and a group of Republican senators lead by North Carolina's Jesse Helms are just as firmly opposed.



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