Over 50 organizations, including the Council for a Livable World, signed onto a letter encouraging the House of Representatives to improve its oversight of U.S. intelligence activities.
37 Diverse Organizations Support Diplomacy With Iran
Council for a Livable World was one of 37 diverse organizations that signed onto a letter vowing their support for a diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear program, and expressing concern over rhetoric from Congress that could damage a deal.
Recommendations to Armed Services on NDAA
Council for a Livable World signed onto a bipartisan letter to congressional Armed Services Committees containing numerous budget-saving recommendations for the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2015.
Angela Canterbury Signs Letter Expressing Concern over DOE Case
Angela Canterbury, Executive Director of Council for a Livable World, signed onto a letter to the Department of Energy expressing concern of the ongoing case of Dr. James Doyle. Dr. Doyle was terminated from the Los Alamos National Laboratory for releasing classified information in a report that argued against nuclear deterrence.
Angela Canterbury Signs Onto Letter to Congressional Appropriations Subcommittees
Angela Canterbury, Executive Director of Council for a Livable World, signed onto a letter urging congressional Appropriations Subcommittees on Energy and Water Development to reconsider funding for wasteful nuclear weapons programs and to instead fund nonproliferation efforts.
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