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Join the Sister District Project

Join the Sister District Project, an effort to help elect or defend Democrats in races across the country.

The Sister District Project is one of the many organizations that arose in the wake of the 2016 election. 159 more words

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We can be fired in Louisiana

Senator Troy Carter has introduced the Louisiana Employment Non-Discrimination Act. LENDA (SB 219) will include employment protections for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Today, the Senate Labor and Industrial Relations Committee is voting on SB 219. 153 more words

Call Your Senator to Support S. 2095, an Assault Weapons Ban Bill

Call your Senators to support S. 2095, the Assault Weapons Ban of 2017 bill.

In 1994, Congress passed a law that banned 18 semi-automatic weapons, including the AR-15 rifle. 899 more words

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Escape Your Bubble: Support Republican Women for Progress

Escape your bubble by checking out and supporting Republican Women for Progress (RWFP).

RWFP is the successor organization to Republican Women for Hillary. Founded in May 2016 by Jennifer Pierotti Lim (who spoke on the closing night of the Democratic National Convention) and Meghan Milloy. 259 more words

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Washington E-Memo

Addressing gun violence

On February 14, a 19-year-old gunman killed seventeen students at a Florida high school with an AR-15 assault rifle. This tragedy, like many others, has led to renewed discussions about federal gun laws. 731 more words

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Call Your Senators to Oppose S. 2155, Which Would Weaken Dodd-Frank Protections Put In Place After the 2008 Financial Meltdown

Call your Senators and ask them to vote no on S. 2115, which would weaken Dodd-Frank protection put in place after the 2008 financial meltdown. 460 more words

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Save This Tool for Keeping Tabs on Bills That Concern You: GovTrack

This OTYCD entry originally posted in March 2017.

Bookmark Govtrack.us, a nifty tool for learning about and tracking bills that concern you.

Govtrack debuted in 2004 as a hobby project and blossomed into what you see today. 137 more words

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