U.S. Armenian community in unprecedented push for passage of Genocide bill

U.S. Armenian community in unprecedented push for passage of Genocide bill

PanARMENIAN.Net - According to sources at the Armenian National Committee of America, an unprecedented last-minute push was being made by Armenian-American community activists for the passage of the Armenian Genocide bill pending in Congress (H. Res. 252), which House leaders have said may be brought to a vote on Tuesday, December 21.

Thousands of Armenian-Americans have called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer’s offices, urging the House Democratic leadership to schedule a vote on the resolution before Congress adjourns.

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