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Titles (2)

Short Titles

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Short Titles as Introduced

American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2015

Official Titles

Official Titles - House of Representatives

Official Title as Introduced

To end membership of the United States in the United Nations.

Actions Overview (1)

03/02/2015 Introduced in House

All Actions (2)

03/02/2015 Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Action By: House of Representatives
03/02/2015 Introduced in House
Action By: House of Representatives

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House Foreign Affairs03/02/2015 Referred to

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Subjects (12)

  • Climate change and greenhouse gases
  • Diplomacy, foreign officials, Americans abroad
  • Ecology
  • Foreign aid and international relief
  • Hazardous wastes and toxic substances
  • International law and treaties
  • International organizations and cooperation
  • Military assistance, sales, and agreements
  • Military command and structure
  • United Nations
  • World health

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Introduced in House (03/02/2015)

American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2015

Repeals the United Nations Participation Act of 1945 and other specified related laws.

Directs the President to terminate U.S. membership in the United Nations (U.N.), including any organ, specialized agency, commission, or other formally affiliated body.

Requires closure of the U.S. Mission to the United Nations.

Prohibits: (1) the authorization of funds for the U.S. assessed or voluntary contribution to the U.N., (2) the authorization of funds for any U.S. contribution to any U.N. military or peacekeeping operation, (3) the expenditure of funds to support the participation of U.S. Armed Forces as part of any U.N. military or peacekeeping operation, (4) U.S. Armed Forces from serving under U.N. command, and (5) diplomatic immunity for U.N. officers or employees.