Stop Trump From Giving Saudi Arabia Some of the World's Deadliest Weapons

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Saudi Arabia is currently engaged in a bombing campaign in Yemen that has cost thousands of civilian lives. And it’s not simply a matter of collateral damage: UN experts say some of the worst civilian death tolls have occurred during strikes with no legitimate military target.

Two weeks ago, President Trump announced that he had agreed to sell Saudi Arabia $110 billion in arms. That would be the biggest single weapons deal in the history of this country.

Fortunately, some members of Congress are working to block the worst of these weapons – specifically those most likely to cause significant harm to civilians – from ever reaching the Gulf.

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    I am a constituent writing in support of the bipartisan resolutions - S.J.Res.42 in the Senate and H.J.Res.102 in the House - that would block the sale of some of the world's most dangerous weapons to Saudi Arabia. I urge you to vote FOR this legislation, in order to prevent the most deadly weapons in Trump's arms sale to Saudi Arabia from being used against civilians in Yemen.