Beginning in 2014, opponents of boycotts, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) against Israel began promoting legislation in various U.S. states denouncing the BDS movement. In 2015, these efforts shifted/expanded to efforts in the U.S. Congress (as well as at the state level) to pass legislation targeting boycotts of Israel and/or settlements. These efforts continue through the present day.
To track this legislative trend in the US Congress, see this data table here. (Last update: August 3, 2021)
To follow what is happening at the state level, see here.
Questions about this issue or data table should be directed to: Lara@fmep.org