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We expect the very first bill in the Democratically-controlled House to be a democracy reform package, focused on voter empowerment and access, getting big money out of politics, and cracking down on corruption. Here’s What You Need to Know.
Groups all over the country are showing up at district offices on January 3rd to take the momentum from the election and turn it into issue advocacy. We expect the first major legislative effort in a Democratically-controlled House to be a democracy reform effort (H.R. 1). This legislation is...
The U.S. House just took the unprecedented step of voting to end U.S. support for Saudi war crimes in Yemen, since Trump won’t do it himself. Now the Senate must do the same.
Here is your first piece of practical advice moving forward into 2019 and 2010: you deserve a party! Celebrating is an incredibly important piece of long term movement building. You and your group members need space to decompress, reflect on your wins, and celebrate your hard work. This toolkit has...
Because state legislators are really not used to hearing much from their constituents and state legislative offices are not heavily staffed, it takes much fewer calls to get noticed and have impact. 
Our new guide, Indivisible in the States, outlines strategies and tactics for how states can both resist Trump and pass bold, progressive policies.
Organizing a statewide lobby day can be an big undertaking but, if executed properly, can make a significant impact on the outcome of the legislative process while also promoting statewide Indivisible unity.
In 2017, you built power. In 2018, you took back the House. In 2019, it's time to go on offense. Learn more in our newest Indivisible Guide, Indivisible On Offense.
Not all legislatures have district offices, but if yours does, this can be a powerful way to make your voice heard without having to travel to the state capitol.
Sending a written letter of your Indivisible group’s position directly to a state legislative policy committee is a tried and true method of making your voice heard at the committee level. 
Public testimony at a hearing is the opportunity to be heard directly by the decision makers and potentially influence the outcome of votes. This is an incredibly powerful way to shape the outcome of policy and to share your group’s perspectives on a piece of legislation. 
It can be enormously helpful to actually write out a campaign plan, outlining your strategy in tactics and identifying resources you will need and the timeline for execution.

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