Long story short: tell your Congressfolk to do something about mass-killing machines already, fight climate change, bring back the Child Tax Credit expansion, cap child care costs for working families, tax corporations at a minimum of 15%, and lower prescription drug prices. 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.
Today's as good a day as any other to call your Congressfolk and tell them to a) amend the National Firearms Act of 1934 to include semi-automatic guns as well as automatic ones and b) require gun owners to register their guns, get shooting licenses, and buy liability insurance. Thom Hartmann describes this plan in more detail here. Don't believe any right-wing hype that this program would "kill our freedoms," because item a) already exists and keeps automatic weapons off our streets and item b) is what we already do for automobiles. And this plan wouldn't infringe on your right to own a handgun or a hunting rifle! (If you turn your hunting rifle into a semi, see item a).)
The Green New Deal Network helps you tell your Congressfolk to fight climate change now. You may have heard lately that our One True Great and Real American President Joe Manchin has started talking about a climate package with Senate Majority Leader Schumer again, but forget about that, at least until they actually produce a package that may or may not improve on what we've already got. Best thing right now is simply to communicate your will that Congress do something about climate change before we're all the proverbial frogs in the proverbial pot of boiling water. In the end, their dramas don't matter; our will matters, and lasting change comes when we express our will in numbers they can't deny.
The Coalition on Human Needs helps you tell your Congressfolk to bring back the Child Tax Credit expansion and cap child care costs at 7% of a family's incomes. The original Build Back Better Act would have done both of these things, and neither one is on the table in the Manchin/Schumer discussions, but that only means we have to keep telling them we want these things. Millions of kids went right back into poverty when the CTC expansion ended -- and inflation didn't go down, you'll notice! -- and child care has become so absurdly expensive it now rivals health care expenses as the thing corporations will charge whatever they want for because you have to have it. That ain't America, folks.
Demand Progress helps you tell your Congressfolk to tax corporate profits at a minimum of 15% and stop letting them pretend they're making money overseas when they're making it here. This, too, relates to whatever discussions Messrs. Manchin and Schumer are having, and the 15% minimum tax appears to be the only thing Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D?-AZ) would agree to do regarding corporate taxes. I said "appears," of course, because she doesn't "negotiate through the press." And here you thought accounting for herself to her constituents via our press was part of her job! That's because we're not galaxy brains like she is. Anyway, corporations need to pay more in taxes and we need to tell our Congressfolk that until they do it.
Finally, both Public Citizen and Drug Prices Are Too High help you tell your Congressfolk to lower prescription drug prices. Public Citizen's email tool specifically mentions Medicare drug-price negotiation, while Drug Prices Are Too High's petition suggests that maybe supporting lower drug prices would help them in the midterms! And it should -- Medicare drug price negotiation foe Kurt Schrader lost his primary last week, and another Medicare drug price negotiation foe, Kathleen Rice, decided not to run for re-election; such fates should befall any politician who opposes the clear will of at least 80% of Americans. Including Kyrsten Sinema, up in 2024.