Congress wants White House to offer more details on Syria plan

06/27/2013 | National Public Radio

White House officials have been meeting with top lawmakers this week to discuss plans to provide arms to Syrian rebels. The talks come after Congress rejected the Obama administration's initial Syria plan over concerns that it lacked a detailed, long-term strategy. "We're supportive of the president's efforts ... but we all continue to ask tough questions," said Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I.

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