Senate plan to change U.S. military sex assault rules still short on votes
WASHINGTON, Feb 6 (Reuters) - The senator leading a push to overhaul how the U.S. military handles sexual assault complaints made an urgent appeal on Thursday for more support as the measure stood seven votes short of passage before a vote expected as soon as next week.
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