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Voters in US Heartland Are Wary of Military Action in Syriai
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September 06, 2013 12:10 AM
As President Barack Obama seeks authorization from Congress for U.S. military strikes on Syria, voters in the U.S. are expressing concerns about another engagement in the Middle East. Though a possible military strike is on the minds of many voters, VOA's Kane Farabaugh learned it's not necessarily the top issue in their discussions with members of Congress still on recess in their home districts.

Voters in US Heartland Are Wary of Military Action in Syria

Published September 05, 2013

As President Barack Obama seeks authorization from Congress for U.S. military strikes on Syria, voters in the U.S. are expressing concerns about another engagement in the Middle East. Though a possible military strike is on the minds of many voters, VOA's Kane Farabaugh learned it's not necessarily the top issue in their discussions with members of Congress still on recess in their home districts.


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