The House of Representatives has begun to hold hearings on H.R. 1384/S. 1129, the Medicare for All Act, and they've taken some well-deserved flack for inviting a mere one Medicare-for-All supporter to testify at these hearings, but that's something we can counteract, by letting Public Citizen help us tell our House Reps to get health care for all Americans by supporting the Medicare-for-All Act. We spend more money, on crappier health care, than any other highly-developed nation, and tens of millions of Americans still don't have health insurance -- but heaven forfend we pass a bill that even right-wing think tank Mercatus Center says will save us money, because SOSHULIZM!!!!! Seriously, if you talked only to politicians and their "liberal" media enablers, you'd think Americans don't like Medicare-for-All. But if you talk to real Americans who live outside the Beltway, you'd find a nation full of people who've had it up to here with how badly private health insurance corporations have bollocksed everything up.
Meanwhile, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell your Senators to pass H.R. 1, the For the People Act, then Sign for Good still helps you do that. H.R. 1 would enact a suite of necessary reforms for which we've already agitated in our support for other bills; these reforms include automatic voter registration, national same-day voter registration, national early voting, prohibitions on various forms of vote suppression, state redistricting reform commissions, campaign finance disclosure for large donors, and public campaign financing -- among many others! Why would someone oppose these reforms? Perhaps because they worry that they'll start losing elections if we pass these reforms -- so it may be no coincidence that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has said the bill won't come up for a vote in the Senate because, and I quote, "I get to decide what we vote on." It's well past time to make him irrelevent, and H.R. 1 is one way to do that.
Finally, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell your Senators to restore internet freedom by passing H.R. 1644/S. 682, the Save the Internet Act, then the Electronic Frontier Foundation still helps you do that. The Save the Internet would restore your internet freedom by wiping out the FCC's 2017 net neutrality repeal and reinstating the FCC's 2015 Open Internet Order that codified net neutrality protections into law, and thus allowed you, good citizen, to go where you want to go on the internet, rather than have your favorite websites blocked and throttled by big telecom corporations. But what's that, you say? The FCC called their 2017 net neutrality repeal the "Restoring Internet Freedom" order? Yeah, they meant the "freedom" of corporations to block, censor, and slow down websites, which means they get more freedom than you do, again. As Americans, we don't need to put up with that.