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Indivisible Launches “Powering Progress” Campaign to Tout Inflation Reduction Act Nationwide

Although every household in America will benefit from the Inflation Reduction Act, few people know about it—and we’re working to change that. By celebrating the concrete improvements in our communities as a result of the Inflation Reduction Act, ‘Powering Progress’ will not only increase the number of people who support an active and inclusive government, but also combat the far-right’s bad faith attempts to seed divide-and-conquer frames about who benefits from government action.

Indivisible Is All-In on Ohio’s Ballot Fight

Indivisible announced its plans to officially enter the August 8 Ohio ballot race to continue and broaden support of activists working to vote down Issue 1, a measure that would make it harder to get a citizen-led initiative on the ballot and raise the threshold for amending the state constitution.

Indivisible Applauds Supreme Court Ethics Bill

We thank Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Dick Durbin for marking up Senator Sheldon Whitehouse’s Supreme Court Ethics, Recusal, and Transparency Act today, but we agree with the 29 Indivisible groups who sent a letter to Chairman Durbin urging him "not to stop there." Congress has a constitutional duty to perform oversight over the Court and reform it as necessary; refusing to do so only emboldens corruption.

Supreme Court of the United States Unveils Groundbreaking New App for Justice: Scomo

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States announced the launch of a revolutionary online platform, “Scomo,” designed to bring bribery in the name of justice to the fingertips of everyday Americans. To ensure a fair and equitable process, Justice Thomas will diligently review each contribution and consider its persuasive power in determining his stance on cases.

The Unrig the Courts Coalition’s statement on the MAGA Supreme Court’s appalling decision to block student debt relief

We urge President Biden to continue the current pause on student loan payments implemented during the pandemic, move quickly to identify another legal path to administer student debt relief, and cancel the debt as soon as possible before the Supreme Court has the chance to attack borrowers again. And, most importantly, we urge Congress to acknowledge the Court as the threat it is, conduct rigorous oversight, and move with urgency to support and pass the Judiciary Act, and add four seats to the bench.

Indivisible’s Statement On the Current Debt Ceiling Deal

If Kevin McCarthy wants this bill to pass, it’s on him to prove that he has the promised Republican votes. If progressive votes are needed to pass this bill, then progressives will be ready to quickly land legislative improvements to earn them. That’s how governing works.