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Freshman Senators on Iraq Situation

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Freshman Senators on Iraq Situation

Freshman Senators on Iraq Situation

Freshman Senators on Iraq Situation

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Members of Congress differ in their positions on U.S. policies in Iraq. Sen. Mark Pryor (D-AR) and Sen. John Sununu (R-NH) talk about the June 30th transfer of power, funding the war, and the concerns of their constituents. Both senators have been interviewed on Morning Edition periodically, since they started their freshman terms in the Senate early last year. Hear Pryor and Sununu.

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