Concerns today that comments by the President may force the U.S. to get more involved in the conflict in Syria.
According to the Associated Press, lawmakers are worried that the President's warning against Syria's use of nerve gas may now force the administration to act.
For now -the White House isn't saying what it's next step will be.
Earlier, it said that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons twice during the two-year civil war.
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