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July 24, 2013 8:31 PM

With little argument, House limits U.S. military involvement in Syria, Egypt

The House of Representatives approved measures Wednesday that would prevent the Obama administration from spending money on U.S. military operations in Syria without consulting Congress and would forbid funding U.S. military or paramilitary operations in Egypt.

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