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House Members say "Give Weapons Inspection a Chance"
MEMBERS OF HOUSE PETITION FOR CAUTION
Published on January 25, 2003 by the Boston Globe
Author(s): Susan Milligan, Globe Staff
WASHINGTON - More than a fourth of the House of Representatives, including at least two dozen Democrats who voted to authorize force against Iraq, are petitioning President Bush to let the weapons inspection process conclude before launching an attack.
Members of Congress and their aides said the congressional petitions, circulated and signed by Democrats, do not represent a fundamental weakening in support for the president's get-tough approach to President Saddam Hussein of Iraq. But
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