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Congress: Invoke War Powers on Saudi-Yemen Before U.S. Military Escalation

Saudi Arabia is waging a military campaign in Yemen that has killed thousands of civilians. “The Saudis are deliberately going after civilian targets,” Senator Chris Murphy says. The U.S. has not only sold Saudi Arabia the weapons, but is participating directly in the Saudi war, although Congress has never authorized this. Urge Congress to invoke the War Powers Resolution to force Congressional debate and vote on U.S. participation in the Saudi war in Yemen before further U.S. military escalation.

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The Berta Caceres Human Rights in Honduras Act suspends U.S. military and police aid to Honduras until human rights violations committed by Honduran security forces cease and their perpetrators are brought to justice. Sign our petition to urge your Rep. to cosponsor HR 1299.

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