Presente helps you tell WalMart CEO Doug McMillon to pay his workers at least $15/hour, and to give them full-time hours and consistent work schedules. Low pay, few hours, and a schedule that changes at a manager's whim is the lot of the hourly-paid worker at the largest department store chain in America, and WalMart executives have used their massive profits to buy back stocks, a practice the SEC frowned upon as late as 1982. But WalMart has also faced PR reversals, including protests, strikes, Black Friday riots, and (finally!) stock price drops of nearly 40%. WalMart has responded to adversity cleverly, by supporting a federal minimum wage hike and acknowledging that many of its own workers can't even afford to shop at WalMart, and even hiked its minimum wage to $10/hour last year, but then it cut a few hundred jobs at its headquarters late in the year. Right-wingers, these are your job creators! (I can't emphasize enough how important it is for workers to have steady hours that still give them some flexibility to take care of sick loved ones. Corporate "flexibility" is largely a myth created by corporate unwillingness to hire enough workers to do the job.)
Meanwhile, the ACLU helps you tell our government to investigate possible violations of federal law concerning religious hospitals. Remember the Blunt Amendment, which would have allowed corporations to refuse to provide birth control for their employees because of the executives' "religious beliefs," never mind the religious beliefs of the employees? Those "religious belief" exceptions didn't just cover birth control or abortion -- a corporation could have refused to cover anything that violated its "religious beliefs." Well, now we hear that certain Catholic hospitals won't let women get their tubes tied, because TEH BABIEZ!!!!! And while we can certainly let Catholic hospitals avoid performing abortions as long as women have other easily-accessible options, some one-sixth of all hospital beds in America just happen to sit in Catholic hospitals -- which means they are, in some areas of the country, the only game in town, and that means they get to dictate what health care services people can get in those areas. That's not religious "freedom." That's religious folks getting to impose their views on Americans. Which is not freedom.