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UPDATE: The House scheduled a hearing to discuss the D.C. Statehood bill on March 11. Call your Representative now and let them know you want them to support D.C. Statehood!  American democracy is built on the promise that all people should have a say in our federal government through elected...
The House is voting NOW on amendments to H.R. 1 followed by a floor vote to pass the bill altogether. We are in favor of all the amendments being offered, but especially these four:  Bush/Bowman/AOC/Jones/Omar/Pressley/Watson Coleman amendment to restore voting rights for people with felony...
Republicans in the state legislature in Arizona have introduced more voter suppression bills than anywhere else in the country: 19 to be exact. Some of these anti-Democratic proposals include limiting or eliminating no-excuse absentee ballots, making it harder to obtain an absentee ballot, imposing...
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We’ve defeated Trump and his cronies, and now it’s time to defeat the forces that fueled his rise and encouraged this threat to our democracy.
On Thursday February 18, the U.S. Citizenship Act was introduced in both the House and Senate. The bill, based on President Biden’s Day 1 legislation, would put millions of immigrants on an 8-year-long path to citizenship as well as remaking the future immigration system for the better. There is a...
M.I.R.V is an acronym for “Multiple-Impact Reentry Vehicles” used to describe the House special rule, which allows two or more individually passed bills to be combined into one legislative vehicle.
The federal minimum wage of $7.25/hr has not been raised in over a decade, the longest we have gone without an increase to the minimum wage since 1938. Workers making the minimum wage today are earning less than they would have 50 years ago. The minimum wage for tipped workers is even lower at $2....
The United States is facing multiple and overlapping crises – old and new – that keep many of us from achieving our fundamental human rights and needs. The House is in the final stages of drafting a COVID relief package and will soon start work on an economic recovery plan. As the House starts to...
The United States is facing multiple and overlapping crises – old and new – that keep many of us from achieving our fundamental human rights and needs. The Senate is in the final stages of drafting a COVID relief package and will soon start work on an economic recovery plan. As the Senate starts to...
Describes the lifecycle of a Discharge Petition
Normally, the Senate requires a 60-vote majority to pass any legislation—a high bar that makes it hard for the Senate to quickly pass major pieces of legislation. Budget Reconciliation, often referred to as just reconciliation, is a legislative maneuver that allows the majority to get around this...

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