Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Stay Informed!

The Council for a livable World keeps you abreast of what your government is voting on!
The National Security Legislative Calendar
Dear Friend,

Capital Hill has never been a place for the easily confused, but even the most clear-minded person can use a shortcut. That is why every Monday morning while Congress is in session the Council for a Livable World emails subscribers a list of updates on Congressional activity related to weapons of mass destruction and defense spending.

The National Security Legislative Calendar is an invaluable resource that hundreds of people on Capital Hill read in order to stay up-to-date on important activity. It is compiled and edited by John Isaacs, who has focused on national security issues in Washington, D.C. for more than 30 years.To sign up now, just click here.

We would like to extend an invitation to you to sign up for the National Security Calendar at no risk. It is a free service extended to the public at no cost, and your email address will not be used for any other purpose or sold to third parties. We only ask that if you find the Calendar a useful resource that you tell others about it.To sign up just click here, no other information is required.
We hope that you will find the Calendar as useful as others have, and that we’ll be visiting your inbox on Monday morning.

Sincerely,
Guy StevensChief Operating Officer
Council for a Livable World
p.s. Just in case you're curious, but are unsure about wanting to sign up, please take a look below at the most recent edition of the National Security Legislative Calendar, which we sent out earlier this week.

Headlines (get the skinny on what is being voted on and passed, and paid for by YOU)
Congress returned from the July 4th Recess on July 11th and is in session until August 1st.
DEFENSE AUTHORIZATION BILL

JOHN BOLTON NOMINATION
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY APPROPRIATIONS BILL
FOREIGN OPERATIONS APPROPRIATIONS BILL
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL
ON THE HORIZON: NATIONAL SECURITY LEGISLATIVE ISSUES» Fiscal Year 2006 Commerce, State, Justice and the Judiciary Appropriations Bill
ACTION COMPLETED IN 2005

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