Long story short: tell your PA state legislators to pass anti-gerrymandering legislation, and tell your Congressfolk to add strong whistleblower protections to the Climate Risk Disclosure Act, and pass the For the People Act, the Lower Drug Costs Now Act, the Women's Health Protection Act, and the Equality Act. Use the tools in the upper right-hand corner of this page (or, if you're on a cellphone, the bottom of this page) to find your Congressfolk's and/or state legislators' phone numbers, or use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs.
Pennsylvania residents, take note: Fair Districts PA helps you tell your state legislators to pass SB 222, which would establish a redistricting commission with some teeth in Pennsylvania so that legislators can't gerrymander themselves into unearned power. Two-thirds of good Pennsylvanians support a redistricting commission taking the power to gerrymander away from state legislators, and their number also includes a majority of Republican voters, so I say the voters have spoken here and the legislators should do our will, period, end of. And, while I'm thinking about it, Daily Kos, the Sierra Club, and People for the American Way all help you tell your Senators to pass H.R. 1, the For the People Act -- which would force every state to use a redistricting commission to redraw districts, rather than let legislators carve out their own personal fiefdoms with Rorschach-shaped districts that exclude single houses from districts. Might as well fight on every front, that's what I say.
The National Whistleblower Center helps you tell your Congressfolk to add strong whistleblower protections to H.R. 2570/S. 1217, the Climate Risk Disclosure Act. Big corporations love bragging about how green they are, but the Climate Risk Disclosure Act would actually force those corporations to disclose their investments in fossil fuels to their shareholders -- but without whistleblower protections, corporations will more easily hide such investments, because those who would expose them could be intimidated, fired, or otherwise abused. Whistleblowing is not for the faint of heart; folks who do it resign themselves to years of being unemployed and unemployable until they finally win their case and get some reward for their good works. So we ought to protect them wherever we can.
Drug Prices Are Too High helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 3, the Lower Drug Costs Now Act. Republicans will whine that it's not "bipartisan," nor does it represent an effort to "compromise," but, as usual with Democratic bills, it is a compromise -- the bill would phase in Medicare drug price negotiation, as a sop to big pharma corporations, I'm sure, and would only require negotiation on 50 such drugs by 2024, and the "negotiated maximum price" might not be that much lower than it is now, at least in the short term. So, if you want H.R. 3 to be better, there's space in the comment block of the petition tool for that. But certainly don't let your loved ones think this is some radical, unrealistic bill. It's certainly much kinder to big pharma than I would be.
The ACLU helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 3755, the Women's Health Protection Act. Republicans legislators all over America are passing anti-abortion laws as quickly as they can -- because dealing with the real problems facing their constituents isn't as easy as strutting before the cameras! -- but the WHPA would stop states from outlawing abortion or enacting restrictions on abortion that wind up making abortions nearly impossible to get. Why? Because allowing the continued assaults on abortion rights in America will force women back into being valued as breeders, and nothing else. Anyway, don't want an abortion? Then don't get one. Strange that I have to explain that.
Finally, the Daily Kos Liberation League, People for the American Way, and Ultraviolet all help you tell your Senators to pass H.R. 5, the Equality Act. One more time: the Equality Act would prevent landlords, banks, and employers from discriminating against gay and transgender folk merely on the basis of being gay or transgender. It would do so by adding gay and transgender folks to the protected classes in the Civil Rights Act, and the Civil Rights Act already has a broad exemption for religious freedom, so don't believe right-wingers when they tell you it's an "unprecedented assault on religious freedom," because it's not. Don't believe right-wingers when they say "well, we should do something about discrimination against gay and transgender folks," either, because they never tell you what that is, and because what we should do about discrimination is already in the Equality Act. If I sound like I have no patience with stupidity, that's because I have no patience with stupidity. So I won't get started about fever dreams of boys becoming girls just so they can dominate in field hockey.