U.S. lawmaker ready to push Iran fuel sanctions bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – If the Obama administration can’t persuade the Iranian government to end its nuclear program, the chairman of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee warned on Wednesday he will move forward with
legislation this fall that seeks to cut off gasoline exports to Iran.

“The legislation would force companies in the energy sector to choose between doing business with Iran, or doing business with the United States,” said Rep. Howard Berman, a California Democrat.


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