In concert with 15 partner organizations, FCNL issued recommendations for the upcoming House vote on the fiscal year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). See the vote recommendations, sent to Rep. Adam Smith (WA-9), below.
In a letter sent on July 10 to all House members, FCNL joined 36 other signatories, including former State and Defense Department leaders, in expressing support for Rep. Elliot Engel's (NY-16) amendment to the 2020 NDAA, which would extend the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START).
In a letter sent on July 9 to the House Rules Committee, FCNL joined a coalition of foreign policy organizations in supporting an amendment to the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would affirm diplomacy with North Korea and call for a formal end of war declaration.
On July 8, FCNL joined 25 partner organizations urging the House Committee on Rules to support amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 (NDAA) to strengthen ethics laws and shine a light on potentially dangerous conflicts of interest at the Pentagon.
On July 8, FCNL joined with 13 other organizations from across the ideological spectrum to send a letter to key House leaders about proposed amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act. Read the letter below.
Americans for Peace Now, Arms Control Association, Council for a Livable World, Foreign Policy for America, Friends Committee on National Legislation, Indivisible, J Street, MoveOn, NIAC Action, Ploughshares Fund, VoteVets and Win Without War issued the following statement:
On June 24, a broad and bi-partisan coalition sent a letter to the Senate calling on them to oppose a National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2020 that provides $750 billion for Pentagon spending.
FCNL joined thirteen other organizations in a statement expressing disappointment in the Environmental Protection Agency’s short-sighted decision to replace the Clean Power Plan (CPP) with the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) Rule.
On June 17th, FCNL was one of 13 religious organizations that signed a letter to the House of Representatives, urging an appropriations package that provides robust funding for the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Interior and does not include any anti-environmental riders.