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As a nation, we have the resources and imagination to make a valuable contribution to the survival of the planet and the well-being of the world's people. But for too long, our country has invested in an enormous military, shaping a world based on war and the threat of war and denying people in our communities the health, education and environmental security they need to thrive.

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Sen. Markey Leads Call to Cut Wasteful Nuclear Expenditures, Cancel New Nuclear Air-launched Missile

Senator Markey calls for the cancellation of the air launched nuclear cruise missile (LRSO). The cruise missile is concerning for the nations security, because a conventional cruise missile could be mistaken as a nuclear cruise missile.

Broad Coalition Urges Opposition to the “National Sea-Based Deterrence Fund” Budget Gimmick

A broad coalition of partners from across the political spectrum write to the House and Senate Appropriations Committee Leadership to urge opposition to budget gimmick that funds more Navy weaponry, taking pressure off of the Navy to budget for strategic needs and prioritize funding.

Budget News (?): Pentagon Wins

Monday night, House and Senate budget negotiators agreed on a deal – a budget that will cover FY 2016 and FY 2017. Is there news? Well, Pentagon spending went up again...

FCNL Statement of Legislative Policy

"Militarization has permeated our society, skewing our national budget toward support for the military and its attendant industries and forcing our local economies increasingly to depend on them. Although national security is widely perceived to depend on military strength, more weapons do not provide more security. Military expansion provokes fear, resentment and potential retaliation."

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Ruth Flower leads FCNL's Pentagon budget program.

Tila Neguse lobbies on federal budget, tax and poverty issues.

David Culp lobbies for nuclear disarmament and against building and buying even more nuclear weapons.

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