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Senate Critics of Iraq Policy Become More Vocal

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Senate Critics of Iraq Policy Become More Vocal

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Senate Critics of Iraq Policy Become More Vocal

Senate Critics of Iraq Policy Become More Vocal

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A year ago Saturday, President Bush stood on the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln and declared an end to major combat in Iraq. But renewed fighting has forced the president to reframe that message, and opponents of the administration's policy on Iraq have become increasingly vocal in the Senate. NPR's David Welna reports.

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