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Coalition Letter on Muslim Brotherhood Designation
Petition Asks Kerry to Exempt Peacebuiding from Ban on Engagement with Listed Terrorist Groups
Letter to Secretary of the Treasury Timothy Geithner regarding regulations for designating US groups as supporters of Terrorism
Coalition letter to Secretary of Treasury Geithner urging Treasury to issue new regulations to provide due process, based on recent court decisions, for groups challenging designations as terrorist organizations.
TCP’s Comments to the Office of Management and Budget Regarding the Partner Vetting System
TCP originally filed comments with the State Department regarding Partner Vetting System (PVS) for screening to ensure that State Department funds are not used to provide material support to terrorist organizations. TCP urged incorporating due process and privacy protections for funding applicants. The current filing responds to OMB's reply to TCP's original comments.
TCP Comments to USAID Regarding Partner Vetting System and Material Support Laws
TCP filed comments with USAID regarding Partner Vetting System (PVS) for screening to ensure that USAID funds are not used to provide material support to terrorist organizations. TCP urged incorporating due process and privacy protections for funding applicants.
TCP Comments to State Department Regarding Partner Vetting System and Material Support Laws
TCP filed comments with the State Department regarding Partner Vetting System (PVS) for screening to ensure that State Department funds are not used to provide material support to terrorist organizations. TCP urged incorporating due process and privacy protections for funding applicants.
Statement Supporting Reform of Security Laws that Hinder Charity
Coalition including TCP urges reform of material support laws to allow peacebuilding and humanitarian aid and to provide due process for groups challenging designations as terrorist organizations.
TCP Joins Coalition Urging Secretary Clinton to Exercise Statutory Power to Promote Peacebuilding Activities Hindered by Material Support Laws
Letter to Secretary of State Clinton regarding application of material support laws
Coalition including TCP urges Secretary of State Clinton to exempt peacebuilding activities from prohibition of material support statute.
Guilt by Association Squared: Extending the Bounds of the ‘Material Support’ Statute
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