The US Conference of Mayors is jumping into the anti-war effort

The US Conference of Mayors is jumping into the anti-war effort. Tomorrow – the conference will introduce a resolution to call for a quicker end to US foreign wars around the world. If it passes – it will be the first anti-war resolution passed by the Conference of Mayors since Vietnam.

Even though the mayors have no power over the funding of these wars like lawmakers in Congress do – mayors around the country see first-hand the effects of this war – in particular the costs – as more and more cities in America are going broke while hundreds of billions are spent dropping bombs in the Middle East.

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