House Against Airstrikes

NPR's Brian Naylor reports that the House of Representatives has gone on record against NATO airstrikes in Yugoslavia and has voted to require President Clinton to get Congressional approval before sending U.S ground forces into Kosovo. In a series of four votes yesterday, the House indicated it has deep reservations about U.S involvement in the military campaign in the Balkans and the way President Clinton is handling it.

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