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On Capitol Hill, Pressure Grows to Lay Out Exit Strategy

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On Capitol Hill, Pressure Grows to Lay Out Exit Strategy

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On Capitol Hill, Pressure Grows to Lay Out Exit Strategy

On Capitol Hill, Pressure Grows to Lay Out Exit Strategy

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President Bush has suggested that this Sunday's elections will mark a major turning point for the fledgling Iraq government. Congressional Democrats and some Republicans are using the pivotal day as a way to renew the debate about when and if the U.S. military should withdrawal.

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