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Does the White House have adequate legal authority to fight ISIS?

Many congressional Republicans and Democrats have been clamoring for Congress to approve a new authorization for the use of military force. But they're moving too slowly for Paul, who's demanding the deadline to ensure faster action. Continue reading ? The post Does the White House have adequate legal authority to fight ISIS? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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