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Bipartisan lawmakers pressure Biden over Iran nuclear deal

House members opposed to the emerging nuclear deal with Iran are requesting the administration provide them with the full text of any proposed agreement.
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A bipartisan group of lawmakers offered a preview of the headache on Capitol Hill that awaits President Joe Biden should the United States reach a deal with Iran to resurrect the tattered nuclear agreement. 

On Thursday, a letter to Biden signed by 34 Democrats and 16 Republicans in the House urged the president to provide Congress with the text of any proposed nuclear agreement and to consult with them before entering into one.   

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