Long story short: tell your Congressfolk to let Medicare negotiate drug prices, pass a robust Build Back Better Act, protect women's health, save our Postal Service, and end the Senate filibuster. 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 helps you tell your Congressfolk to let Medicare negotiate drug prices. Close to 90% of Americans want it, but just enough "moderate" Democrats don't that the whole thing could fall apart, but if Democrats can't do something 90% of Americans want them to do, they don't deserve their power or our support. Seriously, I've been beside myself over this. Scott Peters and Kurt Schrader tell a bunch of lies about Medicare drug negotiation and that's it? Kyrsten Sinema says she won't support it because I've-got-a-ring-that-says-fuck-off and that's it? We should be out in the streets over this, and if I get any news about rallies for Medicare drug price negotiation, I'll pass them along. But at least we can clog up their phone lines so they can't mistake our will.
The Coalition on Human Needs helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass a robust Build Back Better Act, one that invests in home and community care and permanently expands the Child Tax Credit, among other things, while Moms Rising helps you demand that the Build Back Better Act invests in child care. In a society where most families either have both parents working or only one parent to begin with, child care is becoming essential -- and child care corporations know that, and are charging an arm and a leg for it just because they can, but good Americans deserve better than that. "Moderate" Democrats are trying to kill this bill dead as we speak (and surely Republicans are grabbing the popcorn), but they need to know that they're not exactly representing their constituents right now. They'll ignore us if we keep silent, of course -- so we've got to be loud.
Both the National Women's Law Center and Daily Kos help you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 3755/S. 1975, the Women's Health Protection Act. Right-wing state legislatures have been screwing around with abortion for the last decade-plus, with their "heartbeat" bills and their ultrasound bills and their outlawing of abortion clinics that don't meet impossible standards and, with Texas's SB 8, a bill that lets literally anyone sue an abortion provider or patient and collect a $10,000 bounty -- never mind if you're having an abortion because your fetus doesn't have any organs, or because it's threatening your own life! Well, the Women's Health Protection Act would put an end to all of that, and if we want a world where women have the freedom they deserve as citizens, we need to put an end to all of that. When men can give birth, I'll be happy to revisit this issue.
Progress America helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass H.R. 3076/S. 1720, the Postal Service Reform Act. What's the reason our Postal Service suffers? Is it Big, Bad Gummint? Is it that workers get paid too much and get away with too much? Is it bad management? Is it that "stamps cost too little"? Dear reader, it is none of these things -- it is the crushing mandate Congress imposed upon our Postal Service nearly 15 years ago, which makes our Postal Service pre-fund retiree benefits 85 years in advance. No wonder our Postal Service has to borrow money to make ends meet! Get rid of that onerous mandate, one under which literally no other corporation or government entity suffers, and we'll go a long way toward saving our Post Office. Which its quite excellent workers deserve, by the way, just as much as the rest of us do.
Finally, Common Cause helps you tell your Senators to get rid of the filibuster. Seems like every day we get more reasons to get rid of the filibuster, and here's another one: Republicans won't vote to lift the debt limit, even though that's a drama they only create when Democrats hold the power. Democrats can do it on their own (and they should, if for no other reason than to prove they're the Adults in the Room), but Republicans have filibustered, or threatened to filibuster, every damn other thing, too. Why, even putatively pro-choice Susan Collins won't vote for the Women's Health Protection Act! Republicans say no to everything, and Americans can't have nice things as a result. We deserve better; it's well past time Democrats did better, and stopped masturbating over the "sanctity" of the institution.