All Sides Prep for War Funding Showdown

Kyle, Zach
October 2007
YES! Magazine;Fall2007, Issue 43, p7
The article reports on the planned protests of anti-war groups to end the Iraq war and U.S. occupation in the country. The national coalition, Americans Against Escalation in Iraq is planning to conduct a protest outside the offices of lawmakers in 25 U.S. states. Another group called The Occupation Project is also planning to conduct similar action outside the offices of representatives and senators who voted in favor of the plan of U.S. President George W. Bush in May 2007. Earlier to that, the Occupation project has occupied 39 offices in 25 states, before the May 2007 vote, which resulted to the arrest of 320 protesters.


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