Kerry Urges House to Pass Senate Version of Iran Nuclear Bill

Secretary of State John Kerry is urging the House to pass the Senate version of the Iran nuclear bill without changes.
On Friday in Paris, Kerry called the bill that overwhelmingly passed the Senate on Thursday a "reasonable and acceptable compromise."
Speaking alongside Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, Kerry noted how 150 members of Congress signed a letter supporting Obama's efforts and saying he should be able to negotiate without interference.