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Call to Action: The DREAMers Need Our Help Now!

CALL TO ACTION: Tell Congressman Yoho to support the American Hope Act of 2017 (HR 3591) and protect DREAMers! Please contact him by calling his DC office at (202)225-5744; his Gainesville office at (352)505-0838; or email him through his website. https://yoho.house.gov/contact.

Here is the backstory: Because of Congressional unwillingness to pass an immigration plan, specifically one that contains a resolution for dealing with children (commonly referred to as DREAMers) who were brought into the United States by undocumented immigrant parents, then-President Obama issued two directives. One directive in 2012 that provided temporary protection from detainment or deportation to those children (the DACA directive) and another in 2014 that applied to undocumented parents of children born in the US (the DAPA directive). Read more

INDIVISIBLE GAINESVILLE: ANOTHER YOHO FAILURE AS HE DEFENDS HIS VOTE TO PASS “FINANCIAL CHOICE” LEGISLATION

Indivisible Gainesville, a local group of nearly 2000 citizens, is again compelled to address a letter in which Congressman Ted Yoho defends his vote on June 8, 2017 to pass the “Financial CHOICE” legislation that effectively repeals the protections created by the Dodd-Frank Act. Read more

Indivisible Gainesville: Ted Yoho Fails With His Vote to Dismantle the ACA

TED YOHO FAILS WITH HIS VOTE TO DISMANTLE THE ACA

Indivisible Gainesville, a local group of nearly 2000 citizens, would like to express our dismay at Congressman Ted Yoho’s vote in favor of dismantling the Affordable Care Act (ACA). This decision will negatively impact millions of Americans. Despite broad constituent disapproval, many of our own members received a form letter from Mr. Yoho explaining his vote. Read more

INDIVISIBLE GAINESVILLE: UNITED FOR PRIDE AND ARMED WITH DAILY ACTIONS WE CAN ALL TAKE

Indivisible Gainesville is proud to participate in the Gainesville Area Equality March for Unity and Pride. Our mission explicitly states that we resist any and all regressive movements—which includes codifying discrimination in our laws, ordinances, and statutes. We march to show our support for the LGBTQ+ community, communities of color, and all who are marginalized and disenfranchised by this administration. Read more

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