Congress Considering Iran Deal

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(WLNS) – In Washington, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee says congress will exercise its right to scrutinize and approve any agreement to curb Iran’s nuclear program.

That’s in exchange for lifting international sanctions.

Negotiators announced a framework deal for a nuclear agreement with Iran on Thursday, which would be finalized by June 30.

President Obama says he can make such a binding agreement with a foreign government without congressional approval.

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