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Even Obama said the Iran Sanction Bill would be "a march to war" and would sabotage Obama's diplomatic agreement to prevent war.

Major Newspapers Speak Out Against Iran Sanctions Bill

The Huffington Post
The editorial boards of multiple major newspapers have spoken out this week against a controversial Iran sanctions bill. The bill, backed by Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) and Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.), would penalize Iran if it violates terms of an interim nuclear deal or fails to reach a final agreement, and could push the U.S. toward war. The…Read More

While nothing has been decided, it seems like support for the bill has waned for the time being. From MSNBC: "What changed the direction…Read More

Support for new Iran sanctions wanes

As recently as last week, bipartisan congressional support for new sanctions on Iran, which were likely to sabotage diplomatic talks and move the world closer to a national security crisis, was growing, and momentum appeared to be on proponents’ side. As of this morning, the landscape looks far different. Its Senate sponsors describe it as a…Read More
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