Congressional Reaction

Carl Levin of Michigan, the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman, said today he remained opposed to deploying a national missile defense system. Levin said his mind had not been changed by President Bush's conversations this weekend with Soviet leader Vladimir Putin — nor by the recent successful testing of a missile interceptor. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports from the Capitol.



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