Urgent Call for action: Ask your Congressional Representatives to Preserve the Bipartisan Anti-Corruption law

Urgent Call for action: Ask your Congressional Representatives to Preserve the Bipartisan Anti-Corruption law

The House and Senate are considering steps to get rid of an anti-corruption law which, when implemented, keeps U.S. taxpayers’ money previously used for anti-corruption programs in oil, natural gas and mineral-rich foreign nations here at home to benefit American citizens, among other things. You can read the full letter we sent to Congress here. We are asking that you please call your members of Congress now with this message:
“My name is [your name] from [your town/city]. I am calling to ask you to vote ‘No’ on any resolution which aims at repealing section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.  I support this provision because it addresses an American fundamental principle: accountability. I stand against corruption because it is a lifeline for tyranny and a threat to peace, justice, just economic prosperity and democracy.  I will be following how you vote. Thank you.”  Click here to find your House Representative and here for your Senator. After you call, please tell us how your message was received by sending an email to afjnpolicyanalyst@gmail.com
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