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This document describes the power dynamics of money in politics, and how states can fight back against big money with progressive campaign finance laws.
Congress is already working on next year’s funding levels, including for ICE and CBP. Now’s the time to weigh in to make sure they’re working to #DefundHate.
With California's economic might and political power, it can make progressive policy a reality and serve as a model for other states and the federal government to follow. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how the California State Legislature operates.
All your burning questions about sequestration, budget caps, and "Overseas Contingency Operations" answered!
 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. 
In this guide, we’ll walk you through how the Minnesota Legislature operates.
This guide focuses on progressive policies that will help you go on the offense and expand voting rights in your state.
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. 
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 make New York State into a national progressive leader. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how the New York State Legislature operates.
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.

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