How members of Illinois' congressional delegation are reacting to the Iran nuclear agreement seems to be split by political party.
U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) considers it a weak deal, allowing Iran to keep too much enriched uranium and gain access to money frozen by economic sanctions.
"With the refund of $100 billion back to the number one supporter of state terrorism, we can expect a lot of trouble to come," Kirk says.
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Kirk doesn't take much solace in the so-called "snapback" provision in the deal, which would reinstate sanctions against Iran if it violates the agreement. He refers to it as a "napback," adding he doesn't believe President Obama would put sanctions back on Iran anytime soon.
U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Evanston) supports the deal, believing it will prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.
"A good deal is better than no deal," Schakowsky said, "because the alternative to making a deal with Iran could lead them to having a nuclear weapon, developing that system."
Kirk hopes Congress moves to block implementation of the deal during the 60-day review period. President Obama has vowed to veto such a move, and Schakowsky doesn't believe Republicans have the votes for an override.