Bob Corker and Ben Cardin authored the Iran Nuclear Review Act requiring Congressional review before Obama can waive sanctions in an Iran nuclear deal. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo)
Updated 9:55 a.m. | President Barack Obama’s Iran deal will face a moment of truth in Congress within the next three months, but seems very likely to clear that hurdle.
Under the law Congress passed to ensure its review of any Iran deal, opponents of the deal have to be able to override a veto on a disapproval resolution to stop it from going into effect. That’s a tall order, with 290 House votes and 67 in the Senate needed to assure an override. Full story