MoveOn Calls on House to Vote Down Saudi War in Yemen

After two and a half years, the question of unauthorized U.S. participation in the catastrophic Saudi war in Yemen is finally being called.

Four Members of the House - Representatives Ro Khanna [D-CA], Thomas Massie [R-KY], Mark Pocan [D-WI], and Walter Jones [R-NC] have introduced a bipartisan resolution to end U.S. military participation in Saudi Arabia's war, which was never authorized by Congress. The bill currently has 22 official co-sponsors. According to Section 7 of the War Powers Resolution, this Khanna-Massie resolution to end U.S. participation in a war that has never been authorized by Congress is ”privileged” - it must go to the House floor for a vote, it cannot be buried in committee.

MoveOn.org is calling on Members of the House to back the Khanna-Massie resolution:

MoveOn Campaign Director Sunjeev Bery added a personal appeal:

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