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Where to find lists of peace bills

From Kimberly:

In my much more spunky post, I was in search of any bills before Congress which actually called for getting out of Iraq NOW, and which were not thinly veiled proposals to support or condone the Iraq War retroactively.

I feel better. Found a few resources to at least track the bills. And, saw an action alert with a Democrat bill that gives a 30 day/180 day timeline. At least that is a start to real peace legislation. (Though, I won’t recommend it until I check it out more, and see what else there is to offer.)

Here are some links to out of Iraq War bills before Congress

The Library of Congress Link, where you can search key words and bills: http://thomas.loc.gov/

The United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ) legislative page: http://www.unitedforpeace.org/article.php?id=3116

The UFPJ legislative page links to the following–which is
largely a collection of what you can find on the Library of Congress
(Thomas page), but laid out clearly,

Council for a Livable World:


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