Here's What Congress Can (And Can't) Do About The Iran Deal — And Why

By Amber Phillips, The Washington Post

As soon as next week, Congress could have an up-or-down vote on President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran.

But don't let your lawmaker fool you: It's not written in stone that Congress has the right to approve or disapprove of major international negotiations. It's not even a law.

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