CREDO helps you tell Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell to ensure that child placement services receiving federal funding don't discriminate against children and adults on the basis of sexuality. That means no child placement service receiving federal funding can slow-walk an adoption of a gay or transgendered kid, or prevent gay or transgendered adults from adopting kids, or they'll lose their federal funding. I just can't wait for right-wingers to whine and cry and stamp their feet over this -- TEH GUBMINT IZ DISCRIMINATINGZ AGAINSTZ MY RIGHTZ TO DISCRIMINATEZ BECUZ TEH JESUSEZ!!!!! The Constitution guarantees that your free speech won't land you in jail, but it does not guarantee you that your free speech will automatically win you federal funding. It would be equally amusing/annoying to see nominal "conservatives" argue that their pet placement services can't survive without federal funding. Jesus Mary and Joseph if they placed children with parents on the basis of how good the parents are, rather than who the parents sleep with, maybe they'd do well enough not to need federal help.
Meanwhile, even as Mylan, manufacturer of EpiPen, continues to extort the patients who'd die without it, Congress seems helpless to do anything -- because that would require work, and most of these bozos make not working a point of pride! -- but the Executive branch can use its own powers to end this disgusting situation, so Social Security Works helps you tell President Obama to use all the levers he can to prevent drug corporations from charging absurd prices for life-saving medications. Happily Mr. Obama is less inclined to defer to Congress than he used to be, and he's also far from powerless in this matter -- the Bayh-Dole Act of 1980 (that's Birch Bayh and Bob Dole, BTW) empowers our government to license other corporations to produce a federally-funded drug (like the EpiPen, and also like most other drugs) if the corporation that holds the patent doesn't offer it at a "reasonable price." And Mr. Obama doesn't have to go to Super Great and Awesome Real American President Mitch McConnell for permission. So let's tell him to do it. We are the owners of government, after all -- and, also, the real owners of the EpiPen.
Finally, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell your Congressfolk to close the tax loopholes that allow hedge fund managers to pay a lower effective tax rate than working families, then Sign for Good still helps you do that. As you know, the "carried interest loophole" enables hedge fund managers to pay a lower tax rate (23.8%, at most) on the money they make because they get to call it "capital gains," rather than what it is: income for providing a service to investors. Your Congressfolk would rather do nothing about the loophole, because TEH FREE MARKETZ!!!! But a truly free market promotes freedom for everyone, not just certain individuals. And those of us who live in the real world know that the powerful use their power to protect their position, and protecting their position means the rest of us must be less free to become our best selves. Really, Our Glorious Elites' worship of mammon is coming very close to destroying us all. Closing the "carried interest" loophole won't fix all of that, but it would certainly be a very good start. After all, hedge fund managers aren't better than us.