Petition statement to be delivered to Rep. Bradley Byrne (AL-1), Rep. Ken Buck (CO-4), Rep. Rob Woodall (GA-7), Rep. Doug Collins (GA-9), Rep. Tom Cole (OK-4) and 4 other targets (click here to see more)

@RulesReps: Let the House vote on ending U.S. role in Saudi war in Yemen

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@RulesReps: Let the House vote on ending U.S. role in Saudi war in Yemen

To be delivered to Rep. Bradley Byrne (AL-1), Rep. Ken Buck (CO-4), Rep. Rob Woodall (GA-7), Rep. Doug Collins (GA-9), Rep. Tom Cole (OK-4) and 4 other targets (click here to see more)

Petition Statement

The House Rules Committee should allow the House to vote on U.S. participation in the Saudi war in Yemen.
There are currently 6,292 signatures. NEW goal - We need 7,500 signatures!

Petition Background

The House is now considering amendments to the Department of Defense Appropriation. The House Rules Committee [1] will decide which amendments will get House floor votes.

Five amendments have been submitted to the Rules Committee that would prohibit or limit U.S. military participation in the Saudi war in Yemen or would limit the transfer of weapons to the Saudi war in Yemen, including explicit prohibition of the refueling of Saudi and UAE planes bombing Yemen and prohibition of the transfer of cluster bombs to Saudi Arabia. [2]

Urge Republicans on the House Rules Committee to allow House votes on ending and limiting U.S. participation in the Saudi war in Yemen by signing our petition.

References:
1.https://rules.house.gov/committee-rules-members
2.https://rules.house.gov/bill/115/hr-3219

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