Congressional reps take opposing stand on action in Syria

With the U.S. Congress set to vote on approving military action in Syria next week in response to allegations that the country’s regime used chemical weapons in its two-year civil war, Taylor County’s representatives appear to be split two-to-one against.

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio is the only one to have voted on the matter to date, voting against a resolution authorizing U.S. military action, which passed 10 to 7 in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee vote.

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