Ban on Future ‘Ransom’ Payments to Iran Approved by House PanelBy
Obama’s cash to Iran ‘ignored a long-standing’ policy: Royce
Democrats opposed the bill that advanced on a party-line vote
A measure prohibiting future “ransom” payments to Iran won approval from a House panel on a party-line vote, as Republicans pursued their argument that President Barack Obama paid for the release of captives in January.
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