If you've missed previous opportunities to tell your House Rep to vote in favor of H.J.Res. 129, the "resolution of disapproval" that would invalidate the FCC's recent net neutrality repeal, then you can call your Reps using the tools in the upper right-hand corner of this page (or the bottom of this page, if you're on a cellphone). Rep. Doyle (D-PA) has filed a discharge petition to force a vote on H.J.Res. 129, and if we assume that all 193 House Democrats will sign it (as of May 24, 124 had done so), we'll still need 25 Republicans to get on board, since a discharge petition needs 218 votes to force a vote. All that means is that we'll have to phone them until they do come on board -- and net neutrality has been an actual bipartisan cause in the past, so it shouldn't be so damn hard. But we have less than a week before the FCC's net neutrality repeal goes into full effect -- so, for the sake of our freedom to go where we want to go on the internet, instead of where some corporation would prefer us to go, we must act.
Meanwhile, we've known for a long time that our elections could be a lot more secure -- and now, even our Congressfolk seem to agree, what with the Senate Intelligence Committee calling for paper ballot elections. Hence Sign Here Now helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass legislation that will really secure American elections. Specifically, you would ask Congress to do four things: one, audit elections to ensure they're running right; two, require paper ballot elections (or, at the least, paper trails for electronic ballot elections); three, allow all Americans to vote by mail; and four, develop a plan to respond to foreign attacks on our elections. I don't care that much that Congress is more afraid of TEH RUSSIANZ!!!!! than the nefarious American forces trying to steal your vote; I care more that Congress does the right thing. And we should certainly demand that they do the right thing. You'd think they wouldn't need any prompting to do the right thing, but here we are.
Finally, our Administration has gotten into the nasty habit of separating immigrant children from their parents when they try to cross the border together -- because they're treating border crossings as criminal cases, not civil cases, and when you do that, you must, by law, separate parents and children. So, naturally, our President blames TEH DEMOCRATZ!!!!, because they don't march in jackboot lockstep with his agenda. Sad! The linked report from two sentences ago describes, in some detail, how child-parent separation in this instance is a result of many laws and policies, but Congress can fix this, no, not by just doing whatever the President wants, but by pursuing legislation that restrains him and his bottomless desire to stoke rage in his acolytes. Thus the National Women's Law Center helps you tell your Congressfolk to force our President to pursue more humane immigration policy that doesn't force the separation of parents and children.