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Tell Senators Harry Reid and Carl Levin to keep America secure by rejecting dangerous provisions in the defense bill.

Stop the Militarization of our police and courts

The controversial defense authorization bill is being negotiated behind closed doors.  A decision could come any second — act now!

Tell Senators Harry Reid and Carl Levin to put America's safety first. Urge them to strip away dangerous provisions on the defense bill that perpetuate some of the country's worst mistakes in the struggle against terrorism

Our important ally, Senator Harry Reid, continues to stand strong against these provisions as he negotiates with the Senate Armed Services Committee. Your voice needs to be a part of this negotiation.

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