Long story short: tell Pennsylvania state legislators to reject sore loser constitutional amendments, tell our FTC to fight the junk fees that seem ubiquitous in our society, and tell your Congressfolk to investigate legislators who may have committed insurrection against our government. 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.
Pennsylvania residents, take note: Common Cause helps you tell your state legislator to reject Republican sore loser constitutional amendments that would enshrine Voter ID in our constitution and take election-running authority away from the Commonwealth’s counties and give it to the just-so-happens-to-be-Republican state Auditor General. When Democrats re-took the lower house by one seat, we thought we'd be done with this, but a) one of them died and b) two others resigned to take U.S. House seats; hence we have a problem. But we deal with that problem, as usual, by communicating our will to our state lawmakers until they do our will.
Consumer Reports helps you tell our Federal Trade Commission (or FTC) to fight the kind of death-by-a-thousand-cuts junk fees we have to put up with in our cable bills, our ticket sales, and our hotel bills, among so, so many other places. After all, disguising the real cost of your product is illegal. Of course right-wingers say the “free” market will provide a solution, but you know what happens in the sort of “free” market they ram down our throats? Big corporations gobble up other corporations until they have no competitors, meaning you have no actual choice to find another provider for your service, and they can just keep charging you junk fees out the wazoo until you die. And as civilized people, we don’t have to put up with that.
Finally, Demand Progress helps you tell your Congressfolk to investigate legislators who may have aided the attempted coup of January 6, 2021 against our government. One new Rep – Derrick Van Orden of Wisconsin’s 3rd, bet Ron Kind feels great about retiring now – was there on January 6, and Paul Gosar of Arizona’s 9th, a man so beloved by his own family that they've cut ads urging citizens to vote against him, was allegedly hip-deep in insurrection planning. There are others, including the North Carolina state Rep who tried to erase his own social media posts putting him at the Capitol’s door at the moment crybabies breached it, and our Constitution does prohibit insurrectionists from holding office, so let’s get to it.