U.S. Rep. Mark Meadows said today he will oppose the authorization of U.S. military intervention in Syria.
"After carefully reviewing the facts and participating in multiple hearings and briefings, I will be voting against the authorization of U.S. military intervention in Syria," Meadows said in a statement. "Though I stand unflinchingly with Israel, the air strikes being proposed by the Obama administration will neither protect Israel nor are they in the best interest of our national security.
"I have heard from more than 3,000 constituents over the past two weeks who have overwhelmingly urged me to vote against military action. Representing the people of Western North Carolina is my responsibility, and it is clear that they strongly oppose involving the United States in Syria's civil war."
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