About the Iran Nuclear Agreement:

The vote Congress will take in early September on the Iran deal will likely be the most important vote on war and peace of the decade—equal in importance to the 2002 vote to go to war with Iraq. Without this deal, we could soon be in yet another devastating war in the Middle East.

Jackson_Iran.jpgThe vote will be close, and Maryland is one of just ten states that could determine the outcome of the deal.  Senator Cardin and Senator Mikulski are still deciding whether to support it, as are several Maryland Representatives.

That is why we must ensure that members of our Congressional delegation hear from us that this deal is the best path to peace.  Click here for things you can do today! 

You can see below a picture of our group in Rockville on Aug. 20, lobbying Cardin to support the deal, and more pictures here.  There was a story in the Montgomery County Sentinel about our action and one on Baltimore TV.

Want more information on the Iran Deal?
Here are some of our favorite resources:

From the Friends Committee on National Legislation:  Understanding the Iran Deal
From the Arms Control Association:  Background and Key Resources: Iran Nuclear Negotiations
From J Street:  Iran Deal Facts
An Op Ed by Jacob Lew, Secretary of the Treasurer:  The High Price of Rejecting the Iran Deal











Know the score:  How did Maryland senators and representatives vote in 2013 and 2014 on issues related to peace? Check out our list of votes of representatives in Maryland.

Resources and friends: We work closely with national, state and county-based peace and justice groups. Here are some of those with whom we collaborate.