So let's call President Trump today, between 9am and 4pm EST, at 1.202.456.1111, to tell him to veto S.J.Res. 34, the nefarious anti-internet privacy, pro-hacking bill. Mr. Trump doesn't give one rat's hind-quarter what you think, but duty is duty. You should also know that the whole get-regulatory-parity-with-the-FTC argument is utter rubbish: the FTC has literally no power to regulate the private data management policies of ISPs, and the FCC has literally no power to regulate the private data management policies of internet corporations that aren't ISPs! So the next step, for Republicans, is to remove the classification ISPs as common carriers, supposedly so the FTC can regulate privacy, but which act would just so happen to destroy the FCC's ability to regulate net neutrality! After which the internet will become a corporate junk news-ridden place just like cable news, which will help Republicans steal elections in perpetuity! So you see the stakes here, and you know your duty.
Meanwhile, North Carolina "repealed" its notorious HB 2 "bathroom bill" last week, in concert with that state's new Democratic Governor. I put "repealed" in ironic quotation marks because the new bill, HB 148 (or, as Equality NC has called it, "HB 2.0") reserves the right to regulate multi-occupancy bathrooms to the state government and prevents municipalities from passing (until late 2020) ordinances similar to the Charlotte ordinance to which HB 2 objected -- which means the reactionary state legislature could simply wait out the Democratic Governor and then start this BS all over again with the next guy, who'll undoubtedly make Pat McCrory look like a saint. Hence the ACLU helps you tell the NCAA to keep boycotting North Carolina. The NCAA, as you know, pulled championship game siting out of North Carolina because of HB 2, and said it wouldn't reconsider unless the legislature "fixed" the law by March 30; the NCAA is apparently mulling whether North Carolina's actions really "fix" the law as we speak, and nothing prevents us from giving them our counsel on the matter. Who's gonna stop us? Especially now that we know what gets reactionary legislatures to move? (Since justice for transgendered folks sure doesn't get them to move, amirite?)