This March, we go on offense.

Between now and March recess (March 16-24), we're holding our members of Congress accountable on several important pieces of legislation that together, provide a powerful alternative to Trump's hateful agenda.

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Democrats in the House are presenting big, bold ideas and a stark alternative to Trump's hateful agenda. Call your member of Congress now and get them on the record on these critical issues and remind them, "Whose House? Our House."

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Tell your member of Congress to co-sponsor the Green New Deal (H. Res. 109 / S. Res. 59)

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Tell your member of Congress to co-sponsor Medicare for All (H.R. 1384)

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Tell your member of Congress to oppose any Republican 'Motion to Recommit' on the Paycheck Fairness Act (H.R. 7)

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Tell your member of Congress to co-sponsor the FAMILY Act (H.R. 1185)

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Tell your MoCs to support bills to protect Dreamers and TPS recipients (H.R. 6) and repeal Trump's hateful Muslim and asylum bans (No Ban Act)

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Tell your member of Congress to revoke Trump's blank check for war (H.R. 1274)

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Tell your member of Congress to co-sponsor H.R. 1046 to bring prescription drug prices down

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Call your representative now and tell them to pass the Yemen resolution (S.J. Res. 7), and reject the motion to recommit

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There's nothing Indivisibles do better than recess. Start making your plan to show up now.

Congress will head back to your home turf during the March recess (March 16-24) to face you after their first 100 days and talk with their constituents about what’s happening in DC. Whether an in-person district office visit, a town hall, or a media event, showing up in person during recess is key to making our movement’s voice heard. Demanding your MoC’s attention and disrupting their preferred narrative is an effective way to draw attention to your concerns and influence their decision-making in the public eye.

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Hold your Republican representative accountable for their vote on H.R. 1.

H.R. 1 passed the House 234-193 on March 8, with every Democrat voting in favor and every Republican voting against. While it’s unlikely that it will receive any consideration in the Senate, this sets a progressive baseline consensus on democracy reform and represents a major win for the Members that Indivisibles helped to elect on the promise that they would protect our democracy. Make sure to call your Republican MoC using our script, and hold them accountable for opposing this critically important bill!

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