If the Iran Accord Goes Through, What Happens Next?

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The Iran nuclear deal is closer than ever to becoming reality with opponents in trouble — not just in the Senate, but also in Congress.  But, even if the "Resolution of Disapproval" fails in both houses, disagreement over the deal itself may continue — into the first term of the next President.

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Photo: Secretary Kerry, joined by Senator Durbin and Energy Secretary Moniz, addresses reporters on the Iran nuclear deal on September 9, 2015. (US State Department)