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Republicans warming to Russian arms treaty

McCain says he’d consider voting in 2010

Nine Republican votes are needed to reach 67 to pass the treaty. John Kerry spent the weekend calling colleagues. Nine Republican votes are needed to reach 67 to pass the treaty. John Kerry spent the weekend calling colleagues.
By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / December 1, 2010

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Republican opposition to an arms pact with Russia appeared to be thawing yesterday, as a few key Republicans, including Arizona Senator John McCain, said they would be open to voting on the treaty during the lame-duck session. (Full article: 832 words)

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