Urge Congress to Pass UAP Disclosure in 2024

Urge Congress to Pass UAP Disclosure in 2024

With the failure to pass the entire UAP Disclosure Act (UAPDA) last Fall, Congress must renew its commitment to a controlled and responsible public disclosure of the government’s tightly held UAP secrets. As deliberations begin on the Fiscal Year 2025 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), please call on Congress to include a new, revised UAPDA in next year’s legislative agenda. Contact Congress now! Stand with Daniel Sheehan and the New Paradigm Institute and demand full disclosure. It is critical to our democracy that our government be honest and transparent.

About The New Paradigm Institute

The New Paradigm Institute, founded by acclaimed civil rights and Constitutional attorney Daniel Sheehan, is dedicated to advocating for the public release of information held by the government surrounding the issue of Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), or what was commonly known as Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).

Our government keeps too many secrets, especially and including UAP. The public has a right to know what the government has learned after decades of study.

The time for excuses, opaqueness, and coverups is over. Congress can’t justify continued secrecy. Congress can’t say the time isn’t right. The public has waited decades for the truth. If not now, when? The public deserves an honest and transparent government. Now is the time to unite in a common cause and set aside any partisan differences. Now is the time for action.

That’s why we are launching initiatives to compel disclosure and transparency. Please join us in this fight against excessive government secrecy. Together, we can win disclosure of the truth and reality of UAP.

The New Paradigm Institute is a project of the Romero Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit interfaith law and policy center, formerly known as the Christic Institute. Romero and Christic are known for such legal campaigns as the Karen Silkwood and Three Mile Island nuclear safety cases, the Greensboro case against the Klan and Nazis, the first Sanctuary defense case, the Iran Contra case against the Enterprise, and the Chase Iron Eyes case at Standing Rock.