Iran Freedom and Support Act
|Long title||An Act to hold the current regime in Iran accountable for its threatening behavior and to support a transition to democracy in Iran.|
|Enacted by||the 109th United States Congress|
|Effective||September 30, 2006|
|Statutes at Large||120 Stat. 1344|
The Iran Freedom Support Act (Pub.L. 109–293, 120 Stat. 1344, H.R. 6198, enacted September 30, 2006) is an Act of Congress that appropriated $10 million and directed the President of the United States to spend that money in support of "pro-democracy groups" opposed to the Iranian government. Opponents claimed the bill was a first step towards a US-led invasion of the country.
In response to the passage of the bill, President George W. Bush lauded the Congress "for demonstrating its bipartisan commitment to confronting the Iranian regime's repressive and destabilizing activities." 
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- "Santorum challenges Obama, Bush on Iran funding". CNN. 13 November 2011. Retrieved 20 July 2015.
- Sheehan, Cindy. Mission Accomplished Day. April 30, 2006.
- Dennis Kucinich called the act a "steppingstone to war." "Kucinich Speaks Out Against House Bill That Lays The Ground Work For War Against Iran" Archived 2010-06-04 at the Wayback Machine
- President Applauds Congress for Passage of Iran Freedom Support Act. The White House. September 30, 2006.
- Full text of earlier failed Iran Freedom and Support Act of 2004 (S. 2681)
- Full text of earlier failed Iran Freedom and Support Act of 2005 (S. 333)
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