Lawmaker: “self-executing” didn’t mean what I thought

BY HARBUS STAFF

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Speaking to a lunch seminar held by the National Security Law Association, Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was shocked to discover that the term “self-executing” did not exactly mean what he had imagined when he voted for a new arms reduction treaty with Russia earlier this year.

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