Resources

 Prescription drugs cost Americans thousands of dollars every year—and their cost continues to increase. Here’s what you need to know about H.R. 1046, a bill to tackle this head on. 
A “motion to recommit” is a procedural tool the minority party in the House can use at the last minute to try to amend bills. Instead of falling into the Republicans’ trap, Democrats should vote together to reject bad faith MTRs, to deny Republicans an ongoing tool to interfere with passage of our...
This explainer covers what can your group start doing right now to ensure you can engage in the primary in a healthy, effective way, what a primary is and how it works, and key dates in the primary calendar. If we want a strong, progressive nominee, who can inspire a broad and diverse coalition of...
March recess is coming up soon. This toolkit includes everything you need including the specific asks to make to your Members of Congress, tactics and how to do them, press support, and a variety of resources to make recess a huge success for your group.
In this guide, we’ll walk you through how the Minnesota Legislature operates.
Use this document to fight against gerrymandering in your state. Learn how redistricting works, what policies that make redistricting more fair, and how you can work with democracy advocates to push for reform in your state.
This guide focuses on progressive policies that will help you go on the offense and expand voting rights in your state.
With the imminent threat of ACA repeal behind us, how do we move closer to universal coverage? Democrats have ideas. 
The health care system touches every person’s life, and Rep. Pramila Jayapal has introduced a Medicare for All bill that will make it stronger for all of us.
Family separations don’t just happen at the border. The Trump Administration is separating families through a concerted effort to deport immigrants, or prevent them from entering the U.S. at all. Here are some things you can do to support immigrant families. 
For nearly 18 years, American presidents have been using a single sentence passed by Congress to justify secretive, ineffective, bloody wars all over the world. Here’s what Congress can do to repeal this blank check for war.
Texas policymakers saw the power of the 2018 blue wave, and now they’re trying to hold on to their power by suppressing Texans’ right to vote. This session, we’ll need to protect Texas’ democracy from voter suppression, and provide a counternarrative by advocating for voting rights.

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