Long story short: tell President Biden to force corporate campaign finance disclosure, force railway corporations to give paid sick leave to their workers, and replace Louis DeJoy as USPS Postmaster General. Use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs to communicate your will.
Daily Kos helps you tell President Biden to force corporations to disclose their campaign spending. A Kevin McCarthy-led House won’t pass campaign finance disclosure legislation, because a Kevin McCarthy-led House will only protect corporations no matter how many good Americans that harms. But President Biden can use power already granted to him by Congress to mandate that corporations contracting with our government need to disclose their campaign spending, and if that winds up including most corporations, well, tough toodles. Ain’t no regular Americans running through a wall for a corporation’s “right” to “free speech.”
Demand Progress helps you tell President Biden to force railway corporations to give their workers paid sick leave. Railway corporations contract with our government, after all, and thus President Biden could make them give their workers paid sick leave. Can he override a union contract that doesn’t give them paid sick leave, even though Congress forced that contract down the workers’ throats? Maybe, maybe not, but let’s at least force that argument to be had in court, rather than just let corporatists have their way, again. Maybe railway workers are so important that we should ensure they have the paid sick leave that helps them do their jobs? It’s a question worth asking!
Finally, Daily Kos helps you tell President Biden to get rid of Postmaster General DeJoy already. We’ve talked about Mr. DeJoy slashing jobs and services and raising prices and how all that’ll hurt the good Americans who rely on our Postal Service for life-saving medications, but we can also talk about expanding services at our Post Office, like the basic banking services that Post Offices offered until the late ‘60s. Bring in more money helping the folks the big banksters don’t want to help and you don’t have to cut services and jobs. Today’s CEOs pretend not to get that, but we do, and our will should trump theirs.