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Iran nuclear agreement is a dangerous deal

Senate Democrats in Congress continue to block key procedural votes in an effort to pave the way for President Barack Obama’s controversial Iran nuclear agreement.

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., said the nuclear agreement is not a pathway to peace or stability, but is Iran’s springboard to grow into the Middle East’s most dangerous bully.

Enzi believies this deal is yet another example of the Administration misjudging the difficult and dangerous situation in the Middle East. Enzi said President Obama’s claims that this deal is the only way to avert a war with Iran just aren’t true.

Preserve Devils Tower name

Senators Enzi and John Barrasso and Representative Cynthia Lummis, all R-Wyo., introduced legislation to preserve the name of the features at Devils Tower National Monument. As America’s first national monument and an important Wyoming landmark, the delegation said that it is important for Congress to preserve the name “Devils Tower” in statute for the community and the region.

The Wyoming delegation said the public had the opportunity to comment on the issue and it is clear that those in the community and the state would prefer to keep the name. A recent Crook County Commission survey that was open to the public since March 2015 received almost 1,000 comments, with 92 percent opposing changing the name of Devils Tower. 

Wyoming means business

Enzi enjoyed learning first-hand from individuals and businesses around Wyoming as he covered the state during the August state work period. 

Enzi touring Mesa Natural Gas Solutions and Moser Energy Systems in Casper.

Enzi honoring veterans in Gillette marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.

Enzi meeting with Black Tooth Brewing Co. co-founder Tim Barnes in Sheridan.

Enzi touring the Sheridan Health Center.