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As part of its final bit of business before the election, Congress is set to vote to override President Obama’s veto of a bill allowing families of those killed in the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia for any role in the terrorist plot.

The override, the first Mr. Obama has faced in his presidency, is expected to begin in the Senate on Wednesday, followed by the House on Thursday.

Continue reading:  Senate Set to Override Veto on Bill Allowing 9/11 Suits Against Saudi Arabia

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3 thoughts on “Senate Set to Override Veto on Bill Allowing 9/11 Suits Against Saudi Arabia

  1. This veto is wrong headed! I am a former service member who was overseas. The negotiated treaties on how we will be treated are sensitive. Yes do service members commit crime …. YES, so do. A few. but without the treaties all services member are subjected to the whims of a disagreeable country. So if we can sue them, detain their people, demand their secrets… they can do the same to us and we have no recourse. This is really wrong, it will hurt our troops overseas. Hugs

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