US House rejects measure to force vote on ISIS fight

By REUTERS
June 11, 2015 21:13

 
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WASHINGTON - The US House of Representatives rejected an amendment to a defense bill on Thursday that would have forced lawmakers to vote on a formal authorization for the use of military force against Islamic State.

The House voted 231 to 196, largely along party lines, to defeat the amendment. The vote took place a day after President Barack Obama ordered the deployment of 450 additional US troops to Iraq to advise and assist Iraqi forces seeking to retake territory lost to Islamic State.

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