Lawmakers Call for U.S. Intervention in Haiti The Bush administration has joined other nations and regional groupings to try to broker a political settlement in Haiti. But with no end in sight to the violence, there is growing concern that the uprising could spark an exodus of refugees. And that has some members of Congress, and some analysts, pushing the administration to intervene. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

Lawmakers Call for U.S. Intervention in Haiti

Lawmakers Call for U.S. Intervention in Haiti

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The Bush administration has joined other nations and regional groupings to try to broker a political settlement in Haiti. But with no end in sight to the violence, there is growing concern that the uprising could spark an exodus of refugees. And that has some members of Congress, and some analysts, pushing the administration to intervene. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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