Senate panel OKs new sanctions against Iran, the remains of nuclear deal

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved bipartisan legislation, which would allow to raise the President to impose new sanctions on Iran while the nuclear deal in place.

Lawmakers voted 18-3 on Thursday, the bill passed.

The legislation would require mandatory sanctions against people in Iran’s ballistic missile program and who is doing business with you.

The measure would punish Iran’s Revolutionary guard, and the enforcement of an arms embargo.

Sen. Bob Corker, the Chairman and one of the bill’s sponsors. Tennessee-Republicans, says he’s recently top-secret intelligence, which detailed Iran’s support for terrorism and other destabilizing actions assessed.

Corker says: “it is amazing what Iran still on the world.”

But the legislators who are against the bill, worried it could be a business under the the nuclear.

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