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Santa Ana Orange County Register (Newspaper) - September 5, 2015, Santa Ana, California News 2 saturday sept. 5, 2015 the Orange county Register Iran Deal senator s opposition setback for White House Hopes by Erica Werner the associated press Washington a White House Hopes for stopping a congressional Challenge to the Iran nuclear Deal and sparing president Barack Obama from using a veto suffered a blow Friday when a key Senate Democrat announced his opposition. The setback came in the announcement from sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland top Democrat on the foreign relations committee that he opposes the Deal which he said a legitimizes Iran a nuclear carding a move does no to affect the ultimate outcome for the International Accord to curb Iran a nuclear ambitions in Exchange for Relief from economic sanctions. The White House already clinched the necessary Senate votes to ensure that even if Obama ends up having to veto a disapproval Resolution set for a vote next week his veto would be upheld. But with that support in hand and More piling up the White House and con Senate Democrat Ben Cardin s opposition to the Iran Deal does not affect the outcome of the Accord. Gressional backers of the Deal had begun aiming for a More ambitious goal enough commitments to bottle up the disapproval Resolution in the Senate with a filibuster preventing it from even coming to a final vote. With carding a announcement that goal remains in reach but it will be tougher to attain. With ail but a hand Iii of Senate democrats already stating their positions and Only two opposed to the Deal Cardin was the critical outstanding vote. In addition to serving As top foreign relations Democrat he was an author of Legisla Tion providing for congressional review of the Iran Deal. As a leading jewish Democrat he was also under Strong pressure from segments of the jewish Community to turn Down the Deal which is ardently opposed by Israel. Carding a announcement Harris backs agreement Sanchez uncommitted by Martin Wisckol staff writer Harris while rep. Loretta Sanchez a Orange remains on the Fence Over the Iran nuclear agreement her chief opponent in the race for the . Senate attorney general Kamala Harris on Friday announced her support for the Deal. A this is by no Means a perfect Compromise a said Harris also a Democrat in a statement. But she called it a the Best available option for blocking Iran from developing nuclear weapons capability and to avoid potentially disastrous military conflict in the Middle republicans have been preparing a vote to Block the . From participating in the agreement but president Barack Obama has vowed to veto t he legislation and this week gained enough support from Senate democrats to prevent a veto override. California Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein both democrats Are supporting the Deal. Sanchez Sanchez and Harris Are vying for boxers Post she a stepping Down next year. Sanchez a senior member of the House armed services committee has expressed mixed feelings about the Iran agreement. A i continue to have scepticism about Iran a intentions a she said on july m after Obama announced the Deal. A i appreciate that this Deal relies on verification not Trust however it is critical that this Deal is actually effective. Sanctions have been our most effective tool and we must be cautious and not Rush to repeal All with votes confirmed to prevent a Senate veto override the House tally would have no effect on the Deal. But it is an Early Point of comparison in determining possible policy distinctions Between the two Senate candidates. Orange county a other six House members Are divided on the Deal Down party lines with democrats in favor and republicans opposed. Came moments after democratic sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado announced that he would Back the Deal. Bennet who is up for reelection next year in a Battleground state said the agreement is flawed but represents an important step toward the objectives of preventing Iran from attaining a nuclear weapon ensuring israelis Security and avoiding War in the Middle East. Bennett a support put backers of the agreement just three votes shy of the 41 they would need to filibuster the Resolution and Block it from passing. But carding a opposition could be enough to prevent those three additional votes from emerging. Only five senators have yet to announce where they stand Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut Maria Cantwell of Washington Joe Manchin of West Virginia Ron Widen of Oregon and Gary Peters of Michigan. In the House some big democrats were on record supporting the Deal As of Frid with around 15 opposed. Andrew Marnik. A file photo people today s celebrity birthdays wow Bart Welch comedian actor Bob Newhall is 86. 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