CLOSING TODAY – Sign Letter to Sec. Pompeo: Share All Documents Related to ‘Certification’ for U.S. Participation in Yemen’s Civil War

However, according to the
Wall Street Journal, Secretary Pompeo’s own regional and military experts concluded that he should reject certification “due to a lack of progress on mitigating civilian casualties.” According to the same report, the only group to advocate for certification
was the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, in order to protect a pending sale of munitions to the region as well as any future sales.

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Sign Letter to Sec. Pompeo – Share All Documents Related to ‘Certification’ for U.S. Participation in Yemen’s Civil War

However, according to the
Wall Street Journal, Secretary Pompeo’s own regional and military experts concluded that he should reject certification “due to a lack of progress on mitigating civilian casualties.” According to the same report, the only group to advocate for certification
was the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, in order to protect a pending sale of munitions to the region as well as any future sales.

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Sign Letter to Sec. Pompeo – Share All Documents Related to ‘Certification’ for U.S. Participation in Yemen’s Civil War

However, according to the
Wall Street Journal, Secretary Pompeo’s own regional and military experts concluded that he should reject certification “due to a lack of progress on mitigating civilian casualties.” According to the same report, the only group to advocate for certification
was the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, in order to protect a pending sale of munitions to the region as well as any future sales.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Sign Letter to Sec. Pompeo – Share All Documents Related to ‘Certification’ for U.S. Participation in Yemen’s Civil War

However, according to the
Wall Street Journal, Secretary Pompeo’s own regional and military experts concluded that he should reject certification “due to a lack of progress on mitigating civilian casualties.” According to the same report, the only group to advocate for certification
was the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, in order to protect a pending sale of munitions to the region as well as any future sales.

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Deadline COB Wednesday: Sign Letter to Sec. Pompeo – Share All Documents Related to ‘Certification’ for U.S. Participation in Yemen’s Civil War

However, according to the
Wall Street Journal, Secretary Pompeo’s own regional and military experts concluded that he should reject certification “due to a lack of progress on mitigating civilian casualties.” According to the same report, the only group to advocate for certification
was the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, in order to protect a pending sale of munitions to the region as well as any future sales.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Sign Letter to Sec. Pompeo – Share All Documents Related to ‘Certification’ for U.S. Participation in Yemen’s Civil War

However, according to the
Wall Street Journal, Secretary Pompeo’s own regional and military experts concluded that he should reject certification “due to a lack of progress on mitigating civilian casualties.” According to the same report, the only group to advocate for certification
was the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, in order to protect a pending sale of munitions to the region as well as any future sales.

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DEADLINE COB TOMORROW: Sign Letter to Sec. Pompeo – Share All Documents Related to ‘Certification’ for U.S. Participation in Yemen’s Civil War

However, according to the
Wall Street Journal, Secretary Pompeo’s own regional and military experts concluded that he should reject certification “due to a lack of progress on mitigating civilian casualties.” According to the same report, the only group to advocate for certification
was the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, in order to protect a pending sale of munitions to the region as well as any future sales.

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DEADLINE COB TOMORROW: Sign Letter to Sec. Pompeo – Share All Documents Related to ‘Certification’ for U.S. Participation in Yemen’s Civil War

However, according to the
Wall Street Journal, Secretary Pompeo’s own regional and military experts concluded that he should reject certification “due to a lack of progress on mitigating civilian casualties.” According to the same report, the only group to advocate for certification
was the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, in order to protect a pending sale of munitions to the region as well as any future sales.

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Will Canada go After U.S. Lumber and Jobs? TOMORROW

Trade relations between the U.S. and Canada have taken center stage this year. And after recent events, Prime Minister Trudeau has made clear that Canada “will not be pushed around.” With so many factors at play— Section 232 tariffs, NAFTA, Softwood Lumber
Agreement— many are wondering: will Canada retaliate against U.S. mills?

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TODAY: Will Canada go After U.S. Lumber and Jobs?

Trade relations between the U.S. and Canada have taken center stage this year. And after recent events, Prime Minister Trudeau has made clear that Canada “will not be pushed around.” With so many factors at play— Section 232 tariffs, NAFTA, Softwood Lumber
Agreement— many are wondering: will Canada retaliate against U.S. mills?

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