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US Lawmakers Ponder Costs of Rejecting Iran Nuclear Deal

One day before U.S. President Barack Obama delivers a major speech urging approval of an international nuclear pact with Iran, U.S. lawmakers expected to vote on the deal wrestled with the possible consequences of rejecting it.   “This committee and Congress are about a month away from having to decide if this deal is better than no deal,” said Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker.   Differing assessments of the merits of the accord with Iran and the fallout...

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