Pass bill to include conscientious objector status on Selective service form

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HR Bill 4412, if passed, would allow me and other young men to state our conscientious objector status when we register for the selective service.  We are required to do this by law but there is no place in the registration process to note our religious objection to violence, war, or military service for the purpose of war. Legislation was first introduced to allow registration as a conscientious objector in 1983 but Congress did not act.  In November of 2017,  Representative Gwen Moore introduced HR 4412.   This bill would allow young men to not religious beliefs and firmly held personal convictions when they register.



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