Tell Congress to Get the U.S. Out of the War on Yemen

On December 13th, 2018, the U.S. Senate voted to end U.S. participation in the war on Yemen by a vote of 56 to 41. But the House passed a bill, by a three-vote margin, that included a ban on taking such a vote in 2018.

In the new Congress, the House passed a verison in February that included unrelated language that the Senate refused to vote on. But the Senate passed a new version on March 13th. Now, the House need to vote again to end U.S. participation in the mass killing in Yemen.
 
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Background:
>> Roll call of Senate vote in March
>> Roll call of House vote in February
>> Roll call of Senate vote in December
>> Roll call of House vote in December
>> Nick Turse, Yahoo News: Despite denials, documents reveal U.S. training UAE forces for combat in Yemen
>> Associated Press: UN authorizes monitoring of Yemen cease-fire in key port
>> Middle East Monitor: WHO: 24.4 million in Yemen need humanitarian assistance
>> Associated Press: US allies, al-Qaida battle rebels in Yemen
>> H.R. 643: "To prohibit the provision of United States security assistance to the Government of Saudi Arabia"