President Approves Defense Bill, Modified
Objections to Rules on Terrorism Trials
A spending measure also would have limited Iran’s oil sales.
By MARK LANDLER
HONOLULU — President Obama, after objecting to provisions of a military spending bill that would have forced him to try terrorism suspects in military courts and impose strict sanctions on Iran’s oil exports, signed the bill on Saturday.
He said that...
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