The notorious "Interstate Crosscheck" program supposedly aims to catch voter fraud by tabulating people with similar names registered in multiple states, but -- as America's Last Journalist, Greg Palast, has documented at length -- "Interstate Crosscheck" actually foments vote suppression by allowing states to simply deregister voters who have similar names to folks in other states, and a great many of these folks just so happen to be black or Hispanic. "Interstate Crosscheck" flags voters without checking middle names or Social Security numbers, and if you're sitting there thinking that just means that these folks registered with different middle names, I would remind you of the phrase innocent until proven guilty, which is a bedrock principle of our judicial system, after all. Hence Daily Kos helps you tell your state to stop or decline participation in "Interstate Crosscheck."
Meanwhile, did you know that in Pennsylvania you can get your drivers' license suspended for six months (or longer) after doing time on a drug-related offense, even if that offense had nothing to do with driving your car unsafely? An important part of law and order is ensuring sentences fit crimes; another important part of law and order is ensuring that convicted criminals can rehabilitate themselves, but it's awfully hard to get a job, get an apartment, see your family, or participate in your community without a car, especially in places with very little public transportation. If that sounds like "setting folks up to fail and go back to jail," well, that just so happens to be the very market model of the private prison corporation. But HB 163 would repeal the law mandating license suspensions for drug-related convictions, so the ACLU helps you tell your Pennsylvania state legislator to support rehabilitation of prisoners by supporting HB 163.
Finally, S.J.Res. 54, the bill that would end American participation in Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen, is a good bill, but the similarly-numbered S.J.Res. 55 would let our government keep helping Saudi Arabia in its war against Yemen as long as our Secretary of State (whomever that is!) certifies that Saudi Arabia is making a "good faith effort" at diplomacy and helping to alleviate the near-famine and near-plague conditions in Yemen that have resulted from the war. In other words, it lets Senators look like they're doing something about the war without actually doing something about it! Don't brook any silliness about how this fake resolution gives the President more "flexibility," because Presidents don't need "flexibility" -- they just need good Americans to tell them what to do. Hence Just Foreign Policy and Change.org help you tell your Senator to reject S.J.Res. 55 and actually do something about starving Yemeni citizens.