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  1. Quakers Laud Committee Passage of Savanna’s Act; Urges Full Senate Action 

    Washington, DC – The Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) today welcomes the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs’ approval of Savanna’s Act (S.1942/H.R.4485). The bill is now in the hands of the full Senate. Savanna’s Act is named after Savanna LaFontaine Greywind, a Dakota woman eight-months pregnant who went missing and was found brutally murdered in August 2017.

  2. Update Everyday Prophets Still Needed 

    The elections are over. The new 116th Congress will start on Jan. 3, 2019 with no single party controlling all the levers of power.

  3. Update How Congress Should Respond to the Migrant Caravan 

    Hint: It’s not by locking people up or out.

    People are fleeing violence, corruption, instability, and hunger in the Northern Triangle of Central America and traveling together for safety to Mexico and the United States. What can Congress do?

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