Risk to Iran bill in Congress

A bill to give Congress a voice in the atomic manage Iran is currently jeopardized by Republican revisions that would peel away bipartisan backing for a measure begrudgingly acknowledged by the White House this month.

Alterations documented by legislators a week ago incorporate one that would oblige Iran to perceive Israel and another that would give any last atomic arrangement the status of a bargain, which would oblige endorsement by 66% of the Senate. Another proposition would oblige the arrival of American residents kept in Iran as a feature of an understanding.

For Republican patrons of the Iran measure, these revisions undermine to break the uncommon bipartisan soul that pushed the bill consistently out of the Foreign Relations Committee and even overcame White House protests.