The US Congress overwhelmingly passed legislation Thursday assuring lawmakers have the right to review and perhaps reject any nuclear deal with Iran, capping weeks of wrangling over how to hold Tehran to account.
The measure, which passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 400 to 25, one week after it cleared the Senate, goes to President Barack Obama for his signature, as international negotiators seek to finalize a deal preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
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