House Requires Report on Consequences of Military Strike on Iran

May 31st, 2012

“Today’s vote reaffirms that Congress is hearing the warnings of American and Israeli security experts who believe that a military strike on Iran would not only fail to stop its nuclear program, but could actually trigger its acceleration,” said Dylan Williams, J Street’s Director of Government Affairs. “Members of Congress ultimately don’t want to enter into a conflict which fails to achieve its objectives and results in devastating losses to our troops and our allies.” Read More...

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Dianne Feinstein Fourth Senate Candidate Endorsed by Pro-Israel, Pro-Peace PAC

May 30th, 2012

WASHINGTON—Today Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) welcomed JStreetPAC’s endorsement, making her the fourth senatorial candidate to receive the pro-Israel, pro-peace PAC’s backing in this election cycle. Read More...

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Bipartisan Letter Urges Support for Diplomacy with Iran

May 22nd, 2012

WASHINGTON— Seventy-one Members of Congress sent a letter to President Obama on Tuesday expressing support for diplomatic efforts to address concerns over Iran’s nuclear activities. The bipartisan effort, led by Reps. David Price (D-NC) and David Dreier (R-CA), calls on the President to continue exerting pressure on Iran through further sanctions and other diplomatic tools. Read More...

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Congressional Debate on Iran Shifts with Defense Authorization Passage

May 18th, 2012

WASHINGTON — Today the House of Representatives declared unequivocally that nothing in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) authorizes the use of force against Iran. This declaration is the result of a bipartisan amendment lead by Congressmen John Conyers (D-MI), Keith Ellison (D-MN), Walter Jones (R-NC) and Ron Paul (R-TX). The amendment was included in a package of amendments agreed to by voice vote. Read More...

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Click to call your Member of Congress

May 17th, 2012

Call your Member of Congress and tell them to vote YES on Amendments 95 and 161 to the NDAA. Read More...

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