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Syracuse Post Standard (Newspaper) - September 12, 2015, Syracuse, New YorkS a t u r d a is e p t e m b e r 1 22 0 1 5 � 2015 the Post Standard $ 1.00 70 57 cooler with periods of rain throughout the Day details b 8 classified. B 5 comics. A 7 obituaries. A 4 Post Standard Bonus. C 1 Bonus Content for members Only. Go to Syracuse. Com Poplus Serena Williams knocked out of u. S. Open by unseeded italian Roberta Vinci b 1 by Mark Weiner Weiner Syracuse. Com the House of representatives voted Friday against a Resolution to approve the Iran nuclear Deal Only a Day after an Effort to reject the Deal failed to Advance in the Senate making it unlikely the Bill will reach president of amass desk. In the House vote Friday u. S. Reps. John Katko r Camillus and Richard Hanna r Barneveld helped republicans reject the Deal 269 162. Twenty five democrats split with their party and sided with republicans. Later Friday the House voted 247 186 to pass a separate measure that would prevent Obama from lifting sanctions on Iran. Both resolutions Are unlikely to be taken up in the Senate where republicans failed thursday to gather the 60 votes needed to Advance a Resolution disapproving of the Deal. Senate majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell said the Senate will Likely vote on the Resolution of disapproval one More time before a sept. 17 deadline Only to see if any members changed their position on the Issue. Katko said he knew fridays House vote was largely symbolic but he thought it was important for the Public to know where their members of Congress stand on the Issue. He said the Deal Between Iran the United states and five other nations risks the safety and Security of the United states. Iran has agreed to scale Back its nuclear program and allow inspections of its nuclear facilities in Exchange for lifting International sanctions. Katko used some of his strongest language in a fund raising email he sent to supporters thursday night. Simply put this Deal stinks Katko wrote. Iran is the worlds largest sponsor of terrorism is holding four americans hostage and regularly Calls for the destruction of America and our ally Israel. Does this seem like a nation we should Trust Hanna had been one of the last undecided republicans on the Issue. But he concluded this week that the Deal will fail to Stop Iran from building a nuclear weapon. To support the agreement would require a member of Congress to place Hope Over experience and common sense Hanna said Friday. That i cannot do. House rejects Iran agreement with help of Katko Hanna subscribers to the Post Standard who sign up As members of is. Plus can find Bonus Content today on their phone Tablet Laptop or Home computer. If you subscribe to our Home delivery service you can Benefit from special offers sweepstakes and events simply by activating your is. Plus membership. Gold members if you subscribe to our three Day Home delivery service you can read the Post Standard every Day. You also receive exclusive Bonus Content on health Money and lifestyles subjects plus Access to the Washington Post to Central new York Magazine and to the Syracuse visitors guide. Monday lifestyles wednesday your health Friday galleries of life in any saturday your Money Silver members if you subscribe to Home delivery of the sunday Post Standard you receive the Post Standard seven Days a week on any device. Membership Bonus Content today for is. Plus members become a member. Subscribe or activate your membership at Syracuse. Com Poplus is plus Onondaga county executive Joanie Mahoney left and Syracuse fire chief Paul Linnertz. Above a Flag of Honor on display at the ceremony lists the names of those lost in the terrorist attacks of sept. 11, 2001. Members of the Syracuse fire department stand during 17 minutes of silence at a ceremony Friday in firefighters memorial Park on East Fayette Street to Honor those lost in the attacks of sept. 11, 2001. Ceremony honors fallen firefighters 9/ 11 anniversary left Syracuse fire chief Paul Linnertz and mayor Stephanie Miner Light candles at fridays ceremony. Photos by David lass an / do ass an Syracuse. Com above participants at the ceremony pay their respects. See the photo gallery at Syracuse. Com photos Wake up Call in dome b 1

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