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Iraq Resolution

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Iraq Resolution

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The House of Representatives today voted to authorize the president to use force against Iraq. The bipartisan vote was 296 to 133, ending three days of debate that ran late into the night. The House rejected amendments that would have tied any U.S. action to a U.N. resolution. The Senate is expected to follow suit late tonight or sometime tomorrow. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports from the Capitol. (3:45)
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