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UPDATE: On January 13th, the House of Representatives voted to impeach Donald Trump for the second time. Speaker Pelosi has named the Members of Congress who will serve as impeachment managers for the Senate trial. Notably, many of them were leaders in drafting articles of impeachment, including...
Our political landscape and an ongoing global pandemic create daily opportunities for bad actors to fabricate new conspiracies, push false information, and exacerbate social tensions. Disinformation and online attacks spread rapidly, leaving us to make difficult decisions about when and how to...
Donald Trump’s presidency and attempts to steal the 2020 election have put into focus the cracks in our democratic system. That’s why In the 117th Congress, Democrats’ first order of business was introducing H.R. 1, the For the People Act, signaling that structural democracy reform is their number...
In the 117th Congress, Democrats’ first order of business was introducing H.R. 1, the For the People Act, signaling that democracy reform is their number one priority. With our democracy in crisis, we need a robust reform package that targets voter suppression, gerrymandering, money in politics,...
American democracy is built on the promise that all people should have a say in our federal government through elected representatives who can then create and execute laws on behalf of the people. However, that is not the case for the 700,000 Americans who live in the District of Columbia, who lack...
Since passage of the Heroes Act in May, Republicans have refused to be serious about relief, stubbornly adding poison pills into each fake offer, while Democrats have repeatedly called for expansive relief including expanded unemployment, survival checks, free access to testing, treatment and...
While working the policy challenges at all levels of government with partner organizations, we are guided and empowered by directly-impacted immigrants like the DACA recipients who changed their own destinies in 2012.  We support the work of legislators who advance progressive immigration goals and...
A 50/50 split of Republicans and Democrats in the Senate is very rare, but the situation lends itself to a deviation of procedural norms. Read here about what a Power-Sharing Agreement is and how Democrats can use it to govern the Senate.
You should focus on pressuring your three Members of Congress first, but we will need to push Biden, too.
We have proven that when we work together and show up in a big way, we can move Congress in the right direction. We have the power to lead and will demand transformative change. Join us for a virtual and in-person nationwide week of action from January 11 to January 15 while Congress is in recess.
D.C. statehood is a critical democracy and racial justice reform. This is our chance to not only stand up for the rights of D.C. residents, but to build a stronger democracy that more accurately reflects our values of equality and fairness for all.
Health care is a human right and must be guaranteed to every person in the U.S., regardless of immigration status, disability, gender identity, income, or geographic location. Indivisibles powerfully mobilized to stop GOP attacks on the ACA in 2017, and with the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to...

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