SANFORD, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Members of Maine's congressional delegation continue to struggle with their votes on military action in Syria.
At a ribbon cutting Monday morning, Senator Angus King (I-Maine) said he had lost sleep over making his decision. He says he's trying to figure out whether it's a bigger risk to go into Syria or stay out.
"This is an important decision that could have ramifications that could go on for years either way, so it deserves a deep thoughtful consideration. I didn't sleep very well last night," King said.
Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) also has not made up her mind, nor has Congressman Mike Michaud (D-ME2). Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (D-ME1) has said she is "inclined to vote no," though she plans to listen to briefings this week before making a final decision.