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US Senate's Iran Nuclear Bill Surviving ‘Poison Pill’ Amendments

A bill subjecting any nuclear deal with Iran to U.S. congressional review has, so far, survived a barrage of proposed amendments by Republican senators that, if adopted, would erode bipartisan support for the legislation and likely trigger a veto by President Barack Obama. The underlying bill would give Congress a 30-day review period if and when a final nuclear accord with Iran is struck. No congressionally mandated sanctions on Tehran could be lifted during that period, and the...

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