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Congress will continue discussions this week on whether or not the U.S. should go ahead with a military strike against Syria.
They’re expected to start debating on the topic as early as Wednesday. Congressman Tim Ryan said he has no new updates on Syria, and hinted that the majority of Congress is hestitant about approving a military strike.
“I’ve been devouring everything I can get my hands on, all the classified reports, all of the articles. I watched the hearings more than once,and just trying to keep an open mind and listen to the president. But this is a toughy. I’m just not there right now,as far as voting for action. I’m not convinced that we can make things better,” said Ryan.