While U.S. Senator Rand Paul continues to oppose military action in Syria, Kentucky's senior senator says he hasn't made up his mind yet.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke in southeast Kentucky Tuesday and said he does believe the Syrian regime used chemical weapons.
Senator McConnell says he'll continue to gather information before making his decision on how to vote.
Meanwhile, Senator Rand Paul of Bowling Green says an attack in Syria could do more harm than good.
The Bowling Green Republican says attacks could very well set off a dangerous chain of events.
President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry have been talking to congress in hopes of getting a vote of approval from both chambers to take military action in Syria. Senator Paul appeared on Fox News Wednesday morning and was asked about doing another filibuster to delay the vote. He said it was an option, but acknowledged that would only put the vote off for a few hours.