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Democratic Allies Split on Senate's Iraq Bill

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Democratic Allies Split on Senate's Iraq Bill

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Democratic Allies Split on Senate's Iraq Bill

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Last month, Sen. Mark Pryor (D-AR) was one of two Democrats, along with Sen. Ben Nelson, to oppose a nonbinding resolution to withdraw from Iraq.

But now, Nelson is putting his support behind the war funding bill being considered in the Senate, which includes a withdrawal date.

Pryor says that while he supports a supplemental that includes a timetable, he wants it to be classified. Melissa Block talks with Pryor.

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