Senator Debbie Stabenow
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U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow sits down with Mark Bashore to talk about the Iran deal, how to support small businesses, and her pledge to chug a Michigan beer if Hilary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination. 

photo of Uzi Eilam
Byrum Fisk Communications

America is debating the pros and cons of the Iran nuclear deal.  Some influential legislators, including Michigan Senator Gary Peters, are still making up their minds. They might be swayed by retired Israeli general Uzi Eilam, who is in Detroit to explain why he supports the controversial accord.   

Arguably the most pressing issue currently before the U.S. Senate and House is whether to support the Iran nuclear accord. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been a vocal opponent of the accord.

picture of Congressman John Moolenaar
Congressional Pictorial Directory

Back in January, Midland Republican John Moolenaar replaced veteran U.S. Congressman Dave Camp in Michigan's fourth congressional district. Current State talks to the Harvard and Hope College graduate about his opposition to the Iran nuclear deal, immigration and other issues. 

U.S. seizes chance for dialogue with Iran

Sep 25, 2013
Michigan State University

Yesterday, in front of the UN General Assembly, President Obama gave a wide-ranging speech in which he sought to clarify the United States’ role and intentions in the conflict-ridden Middle East.  By far the most noteworthy revelation in his speech was his embrace of a diplomatic opening from Iran, America’s long time adversary.