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Doin' It For Themselves

While the Senate hems and haws about whether they should even have a vote on a non-binding statement condemning Bush's escalation in Iraq, twenty

While the Senate hems and haws about whether they should even have a vote on a non-binding statement condemning Bush's escalation in Iraq, twenty states have drawn up resolutions opposing the escalation.

Progressive States Network:

The Progressive States Network announced today that over 20 state legislatures so far have introduced resolutions opposing the President's proposed escalation in Iraq. This ongoing effort, which has included resolutions and subsequent high profile legislative hearings in state capitols, is part of a campaign organized by the Progressive States Network that began two weeks ago with a conference call with state legislators and national leaders. On the call Senator Ted Kennedy highlighted the importance of states' input on the President's proposed deployment of 20,000 more troops.
See http://www.progressivestates.org/iraq for more.

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