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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 712,000 people who live in the District of Columbia, who lack...
For decades, Republicans and dark-money groups have dedicated themselves to the complete takeover of our federal judiciary. They’ve successfully installed hundreds of far-right extremist judges -- a trend that only escalated under Donald Trump. Together, Trump and Mitch McConnell successfully...
UPDATE: Senate Democrats have released a new version of their democracy reform bill called the Freedom to Vote Act. Negotiated by Senators Klobuchar, Kaine, King, Manchin, Merkley, Padilla, Tester, and Warnock, as well as Majority Leader Schumer, the Freedom to Vote Act builds on the For the People...
For decades, Republicans and dark-money groups have dedicated themselves to the complete takeover of our federal judiciary. They’ve successfully installed hundreds of far-right extremist judges -- a trend that only escalated under Donald Trump. Together, Trump and Mitch McConnell successfully...
Indivisible’s Policy Priorities For Recovery
Earlier this year Congress passed the American Rescue Plan which provided desperately needed relief to millions of people. President Biden and Congress are now focused on Recovery to build back our economy and restructure it to benefit all people.
Without a functional democracy in which everyone is included and represented, we can’t achieve any of our other progressive goals.
D.C. statehood is a critical part of our democracy reform plan because it would enfranchise over 700,000 people and provide two new senators who would be vital to fixing our broken Senate.
What is the PayGo rule, what is Statutory PayGo, and how do both versions of PayGo block progressive policy and harm our economy?
Historically used to uphold Jim Crow legislation, the filibuster is now being used by Republicans to stop widely-popular bills in their tracks, including democracy reform and climate change legislation.
The PRO Act is a commitment to workplace democracy - that all workers deserve a voice on the job. Read on to learn what the PRO Act would do, why it’s necessary, and how we can get it passed to strengthen our democracy.
Our families, our economy, our democracy are in crisis. This Recovery Recess, we will show up together to demand Congress go bold and go big, no excuses, and no exceptions.

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