Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri could cast a pivotal vote on a bill that the White House has said violates President Barack Obama’s right to conduct foreign policy and could effectively kill a deal to restrict Iran’s nuclear program. The bill now appears to be one vote shy of a veto-proof majority in the Senate. McCaskill, a moderate Democrat, is on the fence.
Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri could cast a pivotal vote on a bill that the White House has said violates President Barack Obama’s right to conduct foreign policy and could effectively kill a deal to restrict Iran’s nuclear program. The bill now appears to be one vote shy of a veto-proof majority in the Senate. McCaskill, a moderate Democrat, is on the fence. File photo by ANDREW HARRER Bloomberg
Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri could cast a pivotal vote on a bill that the White House has said violates President Barack Obama’s right to conduct foreign policy and could effectively kill a deal to restrict Iran’s nuclear program. The bill now appears to be one vote shy of a veto-proof majority in the Senate. McCaskill, a moderate Democrat, is on the fence. File photo by ANDREW HARRER Bloomberg

Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri pivotal, but so far noncommittal, on bill to block pact with Iran

April 06, 2015 5:15 PM