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Rep. Capito Statement on Syria:
“I believe that the president made the right decision to ask for congressional approval. I will consider the information provided by our intelligence officials about Syria's actions, the path forward proposed by the administration, and the views I hear from people across West Virginia in deciding whether to authorize the use of force. I stand ready and willing to come back to Washington, D.C. at any time to consider the evidence and participate in the debate.”
A representative from Ms. Capito's office indicated that many calls from concerned West Virginians "concerned about the implications that would result from military intervention. The Congresswoman is listening to West Virginians and encourages them to keep calling to express their concerns and views. At this time, the Congresswoman is leaning towards a no vote."