The Senate on Thursday approved a bill to give Congress the power to review a nuclear deal with Iran. Under the Senate bill, Congress would get 30 days to approve or reject a deal with Iran now being negotiated by the Obama administration. The final vote was 98 to 1. The bill now goes to the House. Sen. Tom Cotton was the only lawmaker to vote against the bill.
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