In November, PDA activists delivered letters to more than 350 House and Senate offices. Our national team followed up with faxes and phone calls.
These letter drops and calls take little time, and have tremendous impact. We're gaining new cosponsors for legislation. Join the movement! Contact Conor for more information and to report back after your successful letter drop.
In December, many of us gather with friends and family to celebrate the year's end and to ring in the New Year. This month, we'll urge members of the House and Senate to join with People Demanding Action as we work to promote peace, reverse or halt unwise policies, and protect the climate as well as American jobs and families. Specifically to:
Vote no on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the multinational corporate / commercial agreement that would serve special interests while exporting U.S. jobs and hurting our families.
Support significantly increasing the number of Syrian refugees allowed to come to the U.S., to fully fund U.N. refugee programs, reject calls for military escalation, and to promote negotiations to end the Syrian civil war.
Insist on a clean budget deal and vote no on any budget riders.
Honor hard work by cosponsoring the Pay Workers a Living Wage Act (S. 1832 / H.R. 3164).
Cosponsor the SAVE Benefits Act (S. 2251 / H.R. 4144) to provide for a supplementary payment to Social Security beneficiaries, supplemental security income beneficiaries, and recipients of veterans benefits.
And (for the House only) cosponsor H.Res.540, Expressing the sense of the House that the policies of the United States should support a transition to near zero greenhouse gas emissions, 100 percent clean renewable energy, infrastructure modernization, green jobs, full employment, a sustainable economy, fair wages, affordable energy, expanding the middle class, and ending poverty to promote national economic competitiveness and national security and avoiding the adverse impacts of a changing climate.