Worried that you won't be able to make ends meet during this pandemic without maxing out your credit cards? Well, H.R. 6370/S. 3508, the Disaster Protection for Workers' Credit Act, will help good Americans out, by preventing lenders from giving negative reports to credit reporting corporations during the pandemic, by prohibiting credit reporting corporations from putting negative information on good folks' credit reports, and by forcing them to remove any such information they do put on credit reports. Everybody knows that if you max out your credit cards while you literally can't find a job for however long this pandemic is going to go on, you're not a loser, and we shouldn't let big corporations treat you like one. Don't believe anyone who tells you this will be a "slippery slope" to never accurately reporting real credit risks again -- all you need do to see they're wrong is read the bill at Congress.gov. It's not even that long! So Penn PIRG helps you tell your Congressfolk to help out good Americans during this time of distress by passing the Disaster Protection for Workers' Credit Act.
Meanwhile, hot on the heels of a positively ridiculous Wisconsin primary election, where folks literally risked death (and also broke the law) to stand in line to vote, the Union of Concerned Scientists helps you tell your Congressfolk to safeguard the 2020 elections. Anyone who opposes efforts to secure elections should answer this question: do you believe everyone should vote? You might be surprised at the answers you get to that question! For a long time, right-wingers pretended they were in favor of everyone voting, but now they're more open about their real feelings: that anyone who doesn't vote Republican is "stupid" and if they're stupid, they should not vote. You'd think, being nominal "conservatives" and all, that they would take responsibility for explaining why their ideas are worthy of everyone's votes! And you have to wonder why they don't do that. And by that, I mean "they don't do that because they know they can't win the argument, even if they constantly misdirect away from their own foul-ups by pointing at transgender people in your bathroom or the second-tier corruption of Democrats."
Finally, you probably won't be surprised to learn that hospitals are silencing and even firing workers who expose wrongdoing during this pandemic -- wrongdoing including unsafe working conditions! You probably also know that whistleblowers have actual rights, and that our Occupational Safety and Health Administration (or OSHA) has a mandate to tell workers about their rights. Guess what OSHA ain't hardly doing? That, too, is not a surprise, not just because an ER doctor in Washington state just lost his job after publicly denouncing the lack of personal protective equipment (or PPE) in his hospital, but also because you know this President hardly staffs his government and thinks anyone who doesn't make him money is useless. Hey, you probably worked for a manager or a supervisor like that once! And now we've got one as our President. Hence the Project on Government Oversight helps you tell your Congressfolk to "wake up OSHA" and get them to remind whistleblowers of their rights, as is their job. It's a shame we have to tell our government to do the job we have given it as their bosses, but duty is duty. And doing this duty will save lives.