Iraq Study Group plan puts Dems in defense-bill bind

Schor, Elana; Raju, Manu
July 2007
Hill;7/10/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 82, p6
The article reports on the impact of a bipartisan proposal to carry out the Iraq Study Group's initiatives to both the Senate Republicans and the Democrats in the U.S. According to Majority Leader Harry Reid, he is still undecided whether to agree with the defense authorization bill in the debate floor. On the other hand, Republicans think that the bill aims to overshadow the Democrats' Iraq disengagement plans.


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