U.S. lawmakers of both major political parties are expressing skepticism over last month’s interim accord on Iran’s nuclear program. Congress’ appetite for boosting sanctions against Tehran has not waned, despite Obama administration warnings that heightened measures could torpedo delicate diplomacy.
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Bringing Disability Rights Home: How U.S. Senate Hearings on the Disabilities Convention Point the Way to Ratification
Last week, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee held the second hearing this month on U.S. ratification of the Convention on the Right of Persons with Disabilities… 923 more words
TOMORROW Night, The Reagan Republican Club is thrilled to have David Scheurn, Director of Grassroots from Parentalrights.org – David will be addressing very important issues of parental rights and how the United Nations is trying to take away our national sovereignty through the CRPD (Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities) that is before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this month!! 91 more words