Congress May Rewrite Saudi 9/11 Law After Veto Override

  • House and Senate voted overwhelmingly to make the measure law
  • Ryan, McConnell say changes may be needed to protect Americans

Jack Lew: 9/11 Bill 'Very Bad Legislation'

The two top Republicans in Congress said they’re prepared to rewrite legislation allowing victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia -- less than 24 hours after Congress took the extraordinary step of overriding President Barack Obama’s veto of the measure to make it law.

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