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Time short as Kerry pushes arms treaty OK

PUSHING RATIFICATION “You really hope people are going to see the benefit of moving forward,” Senator John Kerry said of New START. PUSHING RATIFICATION
“You really hope people are going to see the benefit of moving forward,” Senator John Kerry said of New START.
By Mark Arsenault and Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / November 16, 2010

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WASHINGTON — Senator John Kerry, the Obama administration’s point man in Congress on foreign policy, is racing to line up the votes for ratification of a key arms treaty with Russia before the newly elected Congress can try to block it next year. (Full article: 1007 words)

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