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House passes bills to repeal 2002 AUMF and require Congress approve any war with Iran
"It is past time for Congress to finally do our Constitutional duty and vote on matters of war and peace"
Lawmakers are taking another stab at repealing the post-9/11 AUMF amid tensions with Iran
Lawmakers are mounting yet another effort to repeal the post-9/11 legislation that could be used as a potential legal justification for a military conflict with Iran
Conservative and liberal veterans groups launch lobbying campaign to end the ‘forever wars’
Two political veterans groups, one on the left, the other on the right, announced a new lobbying campaign aimed at ending America's 'forever wars.'
Senate Panel Says It’s Time For A New AUMF To Rein In Presidential War Power
WASHINGTON — As global threats to the United States escalate, Congress will need a new war authorization to remain relevant … Continued
Mattis’ ‘Support’ For A New AUMF Won’t Slow Down America’s Forever Wars
Last March, in his first public testimony after being confirmed as secretary of defense, retired Marine general James Mattis delivered … Continued
Mattis And Tillerson Reject Limits On America’s Forever Wars
Is there an end in sight for the Global War on Terror? Don’t count on it. Appearing before the Senate … Continued
Congress Needs To Take Back Responsibility For Sending Troops To Conflict Zones
On May 19, 2004, anti-coalition forces attacked a U.S. military convoy on the northern outskirts of Samarra, Iraq — a … Continued