For over 25 years, an arbitrary cap enacted by Congress has prevented the U.S. government from paying its full dues to U.N. peacekeeping.
Not only is the changing climate creating immense environmental harm, but members of our society who have traditionally been marginalized bear a disproportionate amount of the impact.
Congress must push President Biden to live up to his commitment to ban the use of these immoral and indiscriminate weapons.
We urge every member of Congress to take swift action in response to ongoing attacks on voting rights across the nation.
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) addresses violence and sexual assault by providing the resources and services necessary for public safety. This bill is especially significant for Native American communities, which deal with domestic and sexual violence at unparalleled rates.
For years, Congress has negotiated legislation to provide a pathway to citizenship for undocumented individuals; now is the time for permanent solutions.
Repealing the 2002 Authorization for the Use of Military Force Against Iraq (AUMF) is the first step towards Congress reasserting its constitutional authority over when the United States goes to war.
The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) are two of the most important anti-poverty programs in the country. Together, these programs prevent millions of people from falling into poverty.
Congress has a duty and moral obligation to set aside partisanship and respond to the climate crisis.
We urge every member of Congress to take swift action in response to ongoing racist police killings and other violence against Black people across our country.