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Iraq Debate

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Iraq Debate

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Iraq Debate

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The Senate held its first official day of debate on authorizing the use of force against Iraq today, and the proceedings included a rarity. Sens. Robert Byrd of West Virginia and John Warner of Virginia engaged in an old-fashioned, toe-to-toe argument over the substantive issues at hand. NPR's Steve Inskeep has more. (4:30)
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