- Not enactedThe President has not signed this bill
- The senate has not voted
- The house has not voted
Committee on Foreign AffairsIntroducedJuly 23rd, 2015
- house Committees
Requiring the Iran nuclear deal to be approved by the Senate as if it were a treaty would prove that there is strong consensus for or against it from the American people. If there isn’t broad support for the deal, the U.S. shouldn’t enter into it.
This bill would make it next to impossible to pass the deal. Requiring two-thirds of the Senate to approve the deal by treating it like a treaty could mean backing out of the deal all together, and lead to war.