Long story short: tell your Congressfolk to pass the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and get rid of the filibuster, tell President Biden to nominate a fifth FCC Commissioner already, and tell our EPA to enact vigorous chemical plant safety regulations. 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 phone numbers and/or use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs.
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. Plus Daily Kos helps you sign up to call West Virginians and urge them to urge their Senator, the notorious Joe Manchin, to vote for the For the People Act. Nearly four out of five West Virginians support the For the People Act, so we really ought to help them communicate their will to the man who should be doing their will, rather than sacrificing their will to the Golden Idol of Bipartisanship. Particularly "bipartisanship" with a party that only wants to obstruct the people's will, but which tried to overturn the 2020 election results! Why do we keep having to say this? Why do politicians keep "working with" people who do not work? (I know the answers, of course, but that doesn't make it any less absurd.)
Meanwhile, Common Cause, People for the American Way, and the Daily Kos Liberation League all help you tell your Congressfolk to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. This bill does one thing the For the People Act does not do: it restores our government's ability to reject voting rights changes at the state level by rewriting the Voting Rights Act's pre-clearance formula so that any state or locality with a record of vote suppression (not just certain Southern ones, per the Voting Rights Act) must submit its voting law changes for federal Justice Department pre-clearance. I would have put that with the For the People Act and thus made it even harder for its opponents to lie about it -- really, from Joe Manchin to Lindsey Graham, they're doing a bad job of it! -- but while they're two bills, we should tell our Congressfolk to support both.
Pursuant to these goals, both Public Citizen and NETWORK help you tell your Senators to get rid of the filibuster. I've said it before and I'll say it again: I've been telling people for 12 years or so that we need to make the filibuster a talking filibuster, so that you at least have to earn your obstruction -- like Strom Thurmond did, not even drinking water for 72 hours so he could filibuster civil rights legislation -- but these Senators don't seem to understand what earning is like, so we have to treat them like the three-year-olds they seem to be too much of the time, and take away the toy they're using to lay waste to the country we love. Seriously, I've tried to be nurturing, but I don't have infinite patience, either.
Demand Progress helps you tell President Biden to nominate a fifth FCC Commissioner. I know he's had a lot to do, but it's been almost six months, and we need a fifth FCC Commissioner to get anything done. Currently our FCC has a 2-2 split between Democrat and Republican appointees; Joe Biden won the Presidency, so he gets to appoint the fifth. And yet he hasn't done it. We don't just need our FCC to reinstate net neutrality; chances are Congress will also approve a massive broadband buildout, and our FCC will need to oversee that -- and you can just imagine the two Republican Commissioners just saying no to everything, in the style of their Personal Lord and Savior, Mitch McConnell? Yes, you can. Get on President Biden's case and we can avert this catastrophe, too.
The Union of Concerned Scientists helps you tell our Environmental Protection Agency (or EPA) to enact the most vigorous chemical plant safety regulations possible. America suffers an accident at a chemical plant more than once every four days, and these accidents can not only kill and injure good Americans, but poison the air and water where good Americans live. And not for nothing, but chemical plants seem to cluster in poor and Black areas of the country and I wonder why? Because folks with means can get all NIMBY and get results, perhaps? Frankly, it's cruel to do that to poor and Black folks. We're all Americans, after all. You wouldn't want a poor Black kid to get asthma he never would have gotten if he'd lived in your neighborhood.