Take Action Now

The following is a list of actions you can take on key policy issues provided by the national site at indivisible.org. For more information on how these issues are selected, see their page on prioritizing policies issues.

Hold Your Republican Representative Accountable for Vote on H.R. 1

Use our script to call your Republican MoC and tell them that you’re angry they voted against H.R. 1, and that it’s time to protect our democracy.

Tell your MoC to Co-Sponsor H.R. 1046 to Bring Down Drug Prices

Tell your representative to support Rep. Doggett’s Medicare Negotiation and Competitive Licensing Act to bring down drug prices while protecting patients’ access to critical medicines.

Tell your MoC: Co-sponsor Medicare for All

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.

Submit a Letter to the Editor on Trump’s Fake Emergency

Use a one-click tool to submit a letter to the editor to your hometown newspaper on Trump’s fake emergency and take control of the narrative.

Tell Your MoC: Co-sponsor the FAMILY Act

The FAMILY Act would create a national paid family and medical leave insurance fund. Call your MoC and tell them to co-sponsor and help move the FAMILY Act!

Demand Your MoCs Hold Trump Accountable on His Fake Emergency

The National Emergencies Act expressly provides a procedure for Congress to terminate a state of emergency by passing a resolution. Demand they use this procedure immediately.

Tell Your MoC to Co-Sponsor the Paycheck Fairness Act

We have a real opportunity to make sure this passes out of the House, making an important statement that equal pay for equal work is a core value that progressives will continue to prioritize.

Tell Your Democratic MoCs to Support the Green New Deal

Call your Democratic MoC today and tell them: vote “yes” on an addendum to the House Rules for the 116th Congress to establish the Select Committee For A Green New Deal.

After Two Years of Defense, It’s Time for Offense

We’ve spent two years playing defense against Trump. But now that changes, and we finally get to go on offense in Congress and at the state level. Our new Guides offer a roadmap.