Sale of A-fuel to India in congressional turndown

Both the house and Senate Foreign Relations Committees voted to disapprove the sale of 38 tons of nuclear fuel to India. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission earlier this year also because of India's refusal to accept international safeguards on its nuclear facilities, but President Carter overrode the panel. Congress can reverse the President's decision if both houses vote to do so before the end of September.

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