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By most measures, the United States is a country of wealth and abundance. Yet, for many people, the U.S. economy isn’t working. In the richest country in the world, everyone should be able to eat three meals a day, have a roof over his or her head, and access health care. In addition, everyone should have opportunities to learn, work, and grow. A just economy is built on this foundation of economic stability and opportunity.


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Action Alert We Have to Keep Going 

The Senate just passed the motion to proceed to repeal the Affordable Care Act and cut hundreds of billions of dollars from Medicaid.

Event Conference Call: A More Just, Peaceful Budget 

July 25, 2017 Conference Call

Join lobbyists Amelia Kegan and Anthony Wier to learn about what is happening on the budget debate here in Washington, DC. Find out where things stand in the House and Senate, what the timeline for action is, and most importantly, what you can do to take action for a more just budget.

Action Alert VOTE TODAY: Call now to stop the health care bill 

The Senate is voting TODAY on moving forward to repeal the Affordable Care Act and cut Medicaid by hundreds of billions of dollars.

Background It's Not Over Until It's Over 

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Off a Cliff: Consequences of Repeal and Delay 

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