It’s critical that members of Congress publicly support diplomacy and oppose any legislation that seeks to undermine a return to the JCPOA.
An estimated one in four young people around the world are affected by armed conflicts and violence. Yet all too often, their voices are ignored, and their needs overlooked in national and regional peacebuilding efforts. Congress must pass the Youth, Peace and Security Act of 2020 (H.R. 6174).
The science is clear: climate change is real, is worsened by human activity, and will continue to harm our communities without significant action.
The Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) is the primary federal grant program dedicated to supporting victims of sexual and domestic violence and their children.
We call on Congress to swiftly pass meaningful police reform legislation.
The Air Force is moving ahead with plans to develop a new, replacement ICBM—the Ground Based Strategic Deterrent (GBSD).
The administration has used an inflated enforcement budget to separate families, jail children, and illegally deny entry to asylum seekers.
While claiming a desire to end endless war, the administration has rapidly escalated tensions between our two countries, increasing the risk of accidents and miscalculations.
The New START Treaty between the United States and Russia limits each country to 700 deployed strategic-range nuclear delivery vehicles and 1,550 warheads on those delivery vehicles.
As the country struggles with a pandemic and a devastating economic downturn, Congress is moving to fund the Pentagon and defense contractors as if nothing has changed. The United States is poised to spend $741 billion on the Pentagon and nuclear weapons in fiscal year 2021.
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