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Repeal the 2002 Iraq War Authorization

As a Quaker organization, FCNL opposes all war. As a matter of public policy, we believe Congress must debate and vote before the president commits our military to lethal action and should regularly evaluate and vote on whether to continue ongoing U.S. wars.
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FCNL advocacy teams member holding a sign that says "Biden Repeal Don't Replace" sign at AUMF repeal really
Matthew Paul D'Agostino

2002 Iraq AUMF

Learn what it is and why Congress should repeal it.

Marches hold sign that says "the war economy and militarism are immoral" at the 2018 Poor Peoples Campaign rally
Susan Melkisethian

Dismantling Racism & Militiarism

Racism and militarism are at the core of U.S. foreign policy. This report offers a roadmap for progress toward a more sustainable, just, and peaceful world.

U.S. Army Spc. Jason Bruno secures an area during an assessment of the local bazaar in the Shah Joy district of Zabul province, Afghanistan, on Dec. 7, 2011. Bruno is a rifleman assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team Zabul.
DoD/Senior Airman Grovert Fuentes-Contreras, U.S. Air Force

The President’s War Powers

For nearly two decades, the United States has relied on two congressional war authorizations to serve as the legal basis for military operations against suspected terrorist groups abroad.

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