Keep your Members of Congress (MoCs) accountable on health care. We don’t usually start our weekly updates by quoting Paul Ryan, but this time he said it best: “Obamacare is the law of the land.”
Got some time today? Just because there was no vote doesn’t mean Representative Peterson doesn’t need constituent feedback. Call Collin Peterson and let him know you support his opposition to TrumpCare. Not everyone did. (From Peterson’s newsletter: This week, over a thousand people from across the 7th Congressional District called and sent letters to my office about the healthcare bill. The vast majority were opposed to the bill, some because it would make changes to the Affordable Care Act, and some because the changes didn’t go far enough.) He needs to hear from us that he did the right thing for the right reasons.
And let him know that you’re going to keep watching out for any new attacks on the ACA down the road. While Trump and Ryan have retreated “for the foreseeable future” (to quote Ryan again), this fight may not be over—stay tuned for more resources you can use to keep defending the ACA over the next congressional recess and beyond.
Representative Collin Peterson
Washington DC: (202) 225-2165
Willmar Office: (320) 235-1061
Call To Action! Support the Morris Gay Straight Alliance!
Last year the students who participated in the Day of Silence at the Morris Area High School were met with opposition and bullying. This year it is important for the school administration to be proactive and supportive of the GSA.
Concerned people please call Superintendent Lahn and speak in favor of the Day of Silence (April 21) and protecting the rights and safety of LGBTQ students.
Find more information about the National Day of Silence here.
Action Alert: Judge Watson (he issued the stay in 45’s Muslim travel ban) has been receiving death threats so we are asking everyone to send him supportive postcards:
Judge Derrick K. Watson
United States District Court
District of Hawaii
300 Ala Moana Blvd C-338
Honolulu, HI 96850
Indivisible Morris Meeting
Wednesday April 5, 7:00 to 8:00 PM
Morris Public Library Community Room
This is our second “in person” meeting. Please bring your thinking (and pussy) caps. We hope you can join us!
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