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US Senators To Try To Pass Russian Sanctions Bill

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US Senators To Try To Pass Russian Sanctions Bill

US Senators To Try To Pass Russian Sanctions Bill

According to Reuters, U.S. senators from both parties on Wednesday will introduce a bill that would impose sanctions on Russia’s banking and energy sectors as a punishment for interference in U.S. elections and aggression against Ukraine.

The sanctions are to be introduced by Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and Democratic Senator Bob Menendez.

The two lawmakers backed a similar measure last year which failed to pass.

Menendez's office says this one is a tougher version.

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