Alert – Voting Disenfranchisement Attempt in Georgia

We ask you to take a few moments with this important set of proposed bills dropped in the state legislature on February 2nd. It is important to reach each of the members of the Senate Ethics Committee as listed below, but also please contact your own Senator if not on this committee. Ask them to […]

Safety, Protection, and Support for Foundation Food Workers in Gainesville

On Thursday, January 28, 2021 at the Foundation Food Group’s (“Foundation Food”) poultry processing plant (the “Plant”) in Gainesville, Georgia, formerly known as Prime Pak Foods, six workers lost their lives after being poisoned by toxic levels of liquid nitrogen. Our community stands with the families of the victims, the survivors, and their loved ones […]

Ask For Equity in Vaccine Distribution

Please share this post and all of our calls to action. Be sure to sign up for updates using the subscription form to the right. We will send out 3-5 updates per week during the legislative session. Communities of color, low-income families & individuals, immigrant communities, and rural areas in Georgia have been hardest hit […]

Oppose HB 60 Projected to Divert $448 Million Annually

A new bill filed for the 2021 Legislative Session, House Bill 60, would take millions of dollars meant for public schools and divert these funds to private schools in Georgia. This comes as Georgia’s K-12 public schools are operating with a $950 million budget cut this school year and will continue to be underfunded with […]

Keep Calling: USPS Crisis Grows

As we’ve discussed in previous posts, the United States Parcel Service is crucial. The cynical move by the president’s administration to slow down service is destructive to our economy, our health, our communities. We have two distinct asks of you today even though you will be calling the same offices. One is to ask for funding, the […]

USPS: The Nexus of Health, Small Business, Legal Communication, Jobs, and Voting

As we’ve discussed in previous posts, the United States Parcel Service is crucial. The cynical move by the president’s administration to slow down service is destructive to our economy, our health, our communities. We have two distinct asks of you today even though you will be calling the same offices. One is to ask for […]

Urgent Advocacy Matters: Georgia and National Issues – Date Sensitive

We have accumulated calls to action for this week that need your immediate attention. Please use the links included in each C2A. The time sensitive include healthcare access in Georgia as the governor seeks to establish a healthcare exchange for consumers that can only help insurance companies, two calls regarding The Heroes Act, and a […]

Risky Private Insurance Changes – Written and Public Comments Needed

Requests: Written comments, attend a public hearing (either virtually or in-person), and share with friends, family, your community. Public hearing will be held on July 22nd at 10 a.m. Comments are due by July 23rd. Since Governor Kemp put forward two waiver plans to change Medicaid and private insurance in Georgia, hundreds of you have […]

State Budget Crisis & Medicaid Expansion, Criminal Justice, Hate Crime Bill

Restricting Employment Limits Economic Prosperity for Everyone – Support SB 288June 18th at 4pm Georgia’s special committee on access to civil justice will meet and hear SB 288, which will expand Georgia’s expungement law to allow certain misdemeanor convictions to be restricted and sealed four years after the completion of a sentence, as well as […]

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