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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Jessica Lynch
A Tucson soldier who reportedly had a role in helping to rescue former prisoner of war Jessica Lynch in Iraq will be laid to rest this weekend.
The son of a U.S. Army soldier from Tucson who died from wounds suffered in Afghanistan says his father's role in the 2003 rescue of former prisoner of war Jessica Lynch was just one facet of what he achieved in his life.
Former prisoner of war Jessica Lynch said it's good news for the U.S. military to allow women to serve in combat roles.
Jessica Lynch was just 19 when the world first saw her - a broken, blond soldier caught on combat video in Iraq, her face wearing something between a grimace and a grin.
"The bottom line is the American people are capable of determining their own ideals of heroes," she told Congress in 2007, "and they don't need to be told elaborate lies."