Welcome to MN ASAP

MN ASAP is a non-partisan citizen-based initiative using a simple resolution process to build political support to shift federal spending priorities from war to meeting essential needs. See the resolution.

MN ASAP’s goal is to build sufficient political power and influence statewide from representatives at all levels of government and from non-governmental organizations and civic groups to effectively demand a shift in priorities from war spending to meeting essential needs.

To help in our efforts, please visit "what you can do" in our site menu or email us at andrea@mnasap.org.  Our project is not time-consuming, compared to most issue-based campaigns.  A meaningful contribution can be made within a busy schedule.

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Posted: Mar 30, 2015
An article by William Hartung: "Your Money at War Everywhere" ...

Posted: Mar 30, 2015

Jimmy Carter mentions the military budget during a talk at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum sponsored by Augsburg College in Minneapolis, March 6, 2015, saying that the country is preparing, with President Obama's approval, to spend a trillion dollars on defense. And, during the Question and Answer period afterward, he noted that the reason we weren't focusing on solving social problems is we give so much money to the military ...

Posted: Mar 30, 2015
An article by Jonathan Weisman in the New York Times: "Increased Military Spending Wins Out After Dueling Budget Votes in House" ...

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