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Syria forces national security debate in competitive Senate races

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As lawmakers grapple with whether to support President Obama’s plan to carry out targeted military strikes on Syria, the policy issue is fast becoming a political one in some of the country’s most competitive Senate races. More than a year out from Election Day, Syria is roiling races in Kentucky, Louisiana and elsewhere, but nowhere more than in Arkansas. Arkansas Rep. Tom Cotton, a Republican...

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