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The trick with must-pass bills is members of Congress (MoCs) can use them as an opportunity to attach policy changes, even if those policies would be difficult to pass on their own. The thinking is, if members can manage to get their policy priority into the must-pass bill, other MoCs will have to...
The Byrd rule has been law since 1990, and has been used successfully dozens of times to block so-called “extraneous” (unrelated) provisions that shouldn’t get passed through reconciliation.
February recess is coming up, which means it’s time to get loud. From February 13-February 21, members of Congress get a break from their work in Washington D.C. to spend time in their districts talking to constituents (that’s why it’s technically called a “district work period”).
Fueled by dark money groups, Republicans have completely taken over the federal judiciary.
Indivisible is proud to provide direct financial support to Indivisible groups for their collaborative and capacity-building projects. Our Grassroots Organizing Wins (GROW) grants program is a way for registered Indivisible groups to get funding for their activities and trainings. Potential...
H.R. 4, The John Lewis Voting Rights Act, alongside the H.R. 1, the For the People Act and H.R. 51, the D.C. statehood bill, are the cornerstones of the necessary reforms we need to unrig our democracy and make it work for all. 
At the start of the 117th Congress, House Democrats adopted new rules for the House of Representatives, which included reforms to the Motion to Recommit (MTR). While Indivisible’s preferred solution was to simply get rid of the MTR all together, the new reforms are an important step in the right...
D.C. statehood would enfranchise more than 700k residents, a plurality of whom are Black, giving equal representation to these residents and overturning hundreds of years of voter suppression and racism.  This bill would also rectify the unique oppression that D.C. residents face as a result of...
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...
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 the Organizing Resolution (sometimes called 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.