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The FAMILY Act would create a national paid family and medical leave insurance fund that nearly every working person would be able to access. 
In 2018, we took back the New York State Senate and made New York a true blue trifecta. Now it’s time to finally bring New York’s democracy into the 21st century with modernized voting laws and campaign finance reform. Here’s how you can get involved.
In 2018, we took back the New York State Senate and made New York a true blue trifecta. Now it’s time to finally make New York State into a national progressive leader. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how the New York State Legislature operates.
On February 11th, Indivisible groups across the country will come together to use our unified national voice to show what we stand for—funding the government with no new funding for the wall, ICE, or CBP.
Republicans in Arizona are trying to undermine democracy and make it harder to vote.
More than 55 years after the 1963 Equal Pay Act became law, women’s economic security is still threatened by a punishing and substantial gender-based wage gap in virtually every industry and at every education level. Here’s what we can do about it.
Unfortunately, mass shootings are all too common in America and, despite strong public support for policies that could help stem the tide of violence, Republicans in Congress refused to act. Now that Democrats have retaken control of the House, they have the opportunity to change course and do more...
Is your House Democrat in the Blue Dog Coalition? Are they a “New Dem”? Or, worst of all, are they a so-called “Problem Solver”? These caucuses might sound good on paper, but they fill your House Democrat’s ears with mostly-wrong ideas.
The Green New Deal is an ambitious, progressive policy framework that would protect the planet, advance justice, and create new jobs. Learn more here, then tell your MoC to support it.  
The House just passed a democracy reform package focused on voter empowerment and access, getting big money out of politics, and cracking down on corruption. Every Republican voted against it—here's how to hold them accountable.
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 must vote one more time to end U.S. support for Saudi war crimes in Yemen, since Trump won’t do it himself. Tell your representative to oppose any motion to recommit on this bill, and pass S.J.Res. 7.

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