Thank your Senator(s) for voting to end U.S. involvement in the war in Yemen

It's not often that the U.S. Senate takes positive action on issues of war and peace. But yesterday, the Senate voted 56-41 to stop U.S. military support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen. This is the first time the Senate has ever invoked the 1973 War Powers Resolution.

This war, for which the U.S. has supplied bombs, intelligence, and logistical support, has directly caused what the United Nations calls the "world's worst humanitarian crisis."

It is extremely important that we thank the 56 Senators who took action to end U.S. involvement in this disastrous war.

This vote alone will not end the catastrophic suffering of the Yemeni people, but it is an important step.

Please take a moment to thank your Senator(s) who voted the right way on this resolution.

*This action will only go to the 56 Senators who voted "yes." So if one of your Senators voted "yes," and the other voted "no," your letter will only go to the one Senator who voted "yes."

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