Jul 14 2015

U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis and 10th District U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry both said Tuesday Congress should vote the deal down

McHenry, Meadows and Tillis, all Republicans, had been critical of a possible deal before one was reached. There was no evidence their thinking had changed after the final agreement of about 159 pages, including addenda, was announced.

Tillis said the agreement does not call for snap inspections of Iran's nuclear facilities and no concessions regarding the country's conventional weapons.

"The lasting legacy will be the birth of a Middle East nuclear arms race, plunging the region into further instability and chaos," he said in a statement. "Congress now has a responsibility to do everything it can to stop it from being implemented."

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