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(Washington, DC)  --  Members of Oregon's congressional coalition are reacting to U.S. missile strikes on a Syrian airbase.  Nearly 60 Tomahawk missiles were launched last night from American warships in the Mediterranean Sea in retaliation for chemical-weapons attacks on civilians.  Senator Jeff Merkley says the chemical attacks were "heinous and reprehensible" but it's essential that the President seeks congressional authorization before the U.S. undertakes any ongoing military campaign in Syria.  Congressman Earl Blumenauer calls the missile attack on Syria "disturbing" because the President didn't consult Congress beforehand.

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